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WADESDORO, N.C. 




1790-1990 



C287.09 
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THE LIBRARY OF THE 

UNIVERSITY OF 

NORTH CAROLINA 

AT CHAPEL HILL 




THE COLLECTION OF 
NORTH CAROLINIANA 

PRESENTED BY 

First United Methodist Church, 
Wadesboro, in honor of the Rev. 
Cameron H. Conover, Jr. , Pastor, 1991 



C287.09 
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116 EAST MORGAN STREET POST OFFICE BOX 241 

WADESBORO, NORTH CAROLINA 28170 

TELEPHONE: 
CHURCH (704) 894-5179 . PARSONAGE |704l 694-2718 






From Mack M. Armstrong, Minister 

It is an unspeakably wonderful experience for any minister to come to a historical church like First United 
Methodist Church of Wadesboro, North Carolina, which has been graced by so many able and devoted Christian men 
and women, both lay members and clergy. Many dreams and life changing experiences have taken place here. 
Because of all "the saints" who have gone before us, we worship at First Church today. We know our heritage. 

Two hundred years! That is a long time to be in the work of the Lord. The President of the United States in 
1790, when First Church was organized, was George Washington. Francis Asbury, a Methodist circuit rider at that 
time, came to Anson County, preached, and started a church. We would like to think that, directly or indirectly, he 
influenced some of our former members who were present to hear him preach, to organize First Church. 

We, at First United Methodist Church, have a meaningful heritage. As we look back to our beginnings from 
1790, we see there has been a spirit of adventure. We have achieved many great amd unbelievable goals. For 
example, the Christian commitments that have gone into our present buildings in hard work and sacrifices show our 
adventurous spirit. 

You, the people of this church, have been "the parent" of, at least, six persons who have gone into the 
ministry of the Church of Jesus Christ during the past forty years. No telling how many others from our church have 
heard "the call" over the two hundred years. The examples that Tex Ledbetter and Wesley Men's Bible classes have 
set exhibit excellent proof of how Christian lives have had an impact upon persons who have been a part of this 
church. These classes, as a body, have been faithful in worship, stewardship of time, talent and money, and 
dependent in all the activities of the church's life. Not only these persons, but each of you have influenced the other 
to live Christian lives. Commitment in good times and hard times is what has brought us to this point. This did not 
happen by chance or overnight, but by deliberate efforts of lifting up the Christian gospel by parents, teachers, and 
ministers. 

Besides the production of this history/directory, we have invited former ministers, of which two have been 
elected bishops of the United Methodist Church, to come celebrate with us. Many will share their moments of faith. 
Some, because of ill health, have shared memories, bits of information that have been hidden away, and items of 
value to you and us. 

Some of those who honored us with their presence were the Bishop of The Western North Carolina 
Conference of The United Methodist Church, L. Bevel Jones, III; the Reverends Bill E. Bass, Ernest D. Page, James 
B. Long, Jr., Richard Covington, Horace R. McSwain, E. Paul Hamilton, C. Harley Dickson, David M. Rorie, Randy H. 
Tarlton, and Glenn S. Griffiths. There was a day in October of this year that we told our heritage in drama, personal 
testimonies, and the written word. We commissioned a special bicentennial anthem, which was presented in a 
January worship service with its author, Dr. Richard Brewer, being present for the occasion. This will be a year to 
remember! 

We will remember because we have remembered and renewed our faith through the fellowship of believers 
during these events. The bringing together of fellow strugglers in the faith of Jesus Christ and His church, and 
dreaming of the future is a part of our strength for now. 

To know one's history is to be driven toward a better future. This truth came to me while I was studying 
American history at Wofford College. I continue to hold to its validity. This is true in the life of the Church. Our 
heritage does dictate our future. The lessons we learn from the past give us the inspiration to improve the present 
moments. If we do not know nor care to know where we have been, our future will have no meaning. The only faith 
which will stand the test of time is the faith which time, itself, is permitted to modify and adapt to new and enriching 
experiences and achievements. This includes our commitment to our lives and the lives of future generations at First 
Church. 

We have worked diligently to bring to your remembrance some of our heritage in stories and pictures. There 
was so much more to tell, but, due to space, time, and cost, we were only able to top the mountains. We hope to 
strengthen your heritage as a member of First United Methodist Church, and offer you a challenge for our future, 
which you will find at the closing of this book. . . 

ALBEMARLE DISTRICT — WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA CONFERENCE 





OUR 
CELEBRATION . . . 



L to R: LLOYD G. HUNSUCKER, JR, MACKM. 
ARMSTRONG, L. BEVEL JONES, III. 







THIRD SUNDAY 


AFTER EPIPHANY 






January 


21, 1990 I 






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MORNING WORSHIP 










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The meadows are clothed with flock 

decked with qrain. 

Tne whole land drips with fatness, 

Drosoered us 

God brought our oncestors to a qood land, 

benefited from their labors. 

Praise is due to Goo wno nas answt 

fills all the ends of the earth 

God has provided every blessing 

more than enough to share. 

We will not forqet the source of 

granted what God entrusts to 

We shall eat and be full, and t 

osity we can pass on. 



•HYMN OF PRAISE 

The Church's One Foundation 

•PRAYER FOR THE DAY (In Unison) 

•PSALTER Psalm 100 

(All sina Response 1, indicated bv the red 

•AFFIRMATION OF FAITH "A Modern A 

•THE GLORIA PATRI 

ANTHEM 

Our Heritaqe 

Now in the quiet of this day, 

Let us reflect on times of the past, 

To those who had a vision 

For thinqs of the spirit, 

For loining hands in the faith. 

Our heritaqe qrew from love of the church 

Bv the believers, the clerqy. 

The musicians, the flock. 

The families and every avenue of worship 

Came together for Christ. 



L to R: CHARLES LITAKER, DR. 
RICHARD H. BREWER, GAIL 
LITAKER. 




"OUR HERITAGE" 

by 

Richard H. Brewer 

Dedicated to the First United Methodist Church 

of Wadesboro, North Carolina 
on the occasion of their Bicentennial, 1790-1990 

Now in the quiet of this day, 

Let us reflect on times of the past, 

To those who had a vision 

For things of the spirit, 

For joining hands in the faith. 

Our heritage grew from love of the church 

By the believers, the clergy, 

The musicians, the flock. 

The families, and every avenue of worship 

Came together for Christ. 

Today we celebrate this heritage, 

Today we thank all those who had that vision, 

Today! our day! we thank the God of the ages 

And of love. 



The cost of commissioning the anthem came from the proceeds of O. McRae Covington's 
bequest to the church. The world premiere was Sunday, January 21, 1990, the official 
opening service of the Bicentennial celebration. The composer, Dr. Richard H. Brewer, 
of Vista, California, was present for the premiere of the anthem. 



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MACK ARMSTRONG 
MINISTER 






CHARLES LITAKER 

ORGANIST- 
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ASS'T. MUSIC DIRECTOR 



MARILEE HUNTLEY 

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In 1748, while North Carolina was still a Province of the British Crown, Anson County was 
formed. It was named for Lord George Anson, an English Admiral, who was sent to protect the 
Carolinas' coast from pirates and Spanish raiders between 1723 and 1735. The lands in Anson 
County were designated by Royal Sanction as St. George's and St. Luke's parishes of the Church 
of England. The first deed for church property in Anson County was given in 1753 to a 
Presbyterian congregation in what is now known as Rowan County. Other religious groups came 
during the late eighteenth century. Methodism first reached the county in 1775 when a church, 
known as Jackson's, was organized closed to the old - - 

courthouse on Ingram level, near the Pee Dee River. 
Methodist Episcopal Church was officially organized in 
Baltimore at the Christmas Conference of 1784. 




Anson's first courthouse, erected 
inl755at Mount Pleasant near what 
is now Blewett Falls, was sold to be 
used for a church after the county 
had been divided. In 1785, a log 
courthouse, built on the brow of a 
hill, was designed with arches so 
that wagons could pass beneath it. 
After the Anson County Courthouse 
was moved to Wadesboro in 1 787, a Meth- 
odist Church was organized here, beneath 
these arches, by a young Reverend Beverly 
Allen. He had been ordained at the first 



Methodist Episcopal Annual Conference held in America at Louisburg, 
N.C. The First United Methodist Church of Wadesboro has an official 
organizational date of 1790. This information is supported by the 
January 18, 1801 journal entry of Bishop Asbury's which stated: 

We came to Wadesboro after a court week. We held our 
meeting underneath the court house beneath the arches. 
We had a most delightful day. Bishop Whatcoat spoke 
with great ingenuity and authority upon the wages of 
sin is death, but the gift of God is eternal life. My subject 
was Luke 18:27. We lodged at I. Cash's. 

The Conference minutes of 1818 show a membership of 54, with the 
second quarter collection amounting to $11.50. 




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While the old court house was used until 1830, the 
first recorded deed for property of the Wadesboro 
Methodist Church was entered in 1832 for a lot on 
Salisbury Street, occupied at one time by Crawford's 
Used Cars. This lot was occupied by the late Sebe Ben- 
ton and adjoined the old Billy Patrick home. One re- 
port states that the building was crude and unpreten- 
tious, but was remodeled about 40 years later. 




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The bell, removed from the 

church razed in 1959, is dated 

1870 and was brought from the 

Salisbury Street building. This is 

the same bell that exists in our 

steeple today. j 



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There were eight graves in the old 
church yard where preachers and their 
wives were buried. These bodies were later 
removed to Eastview Cemetery. The lot 
was sold to Mr. C. S. Wheeler and the old 
church sold to the late J. W. Odom. 



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In 1850, our church served as host church to the 
South Carolina Annual Conference, which encom- 
passed part of Mecklenburg County and Virginia. 
Because the church was not large enough to seat 
the delegates, the conference was held in the up- 
stairs of the old Masonic Building. Fourteen of 
these members present were entertained by Mr. 
James Plunkett, grandfather of Misses Bessie, 
Jennie Doak and Mary Plunkett. One of the preach- 
ers present at this conference was the father of 
Bishop Kilgo, who joined the Conference at this 
time. 

1802 - Listed in Camden District of South 

Carolina Conference. 
1806 - Changed to Rocky River Circuit. 
1809 - Still in Rocky River Circuit, but in 

Catawba District. 
1825 - Still in Rocky River Circuit, Cheraw 

District, S. C. Conference. 
1828 - Listed in Lincolnton District. 
1834 - Wadesboro Circuit is listed in minutes. 

1853 - Listed in Wadesboro Station, Georgetown District, S. C. Conference. 

1854 - Listed in Charlotte District. 

1859 - 1870 - Listed in Wadesboro District, still in S. C. Conference. 
1866 - 1871 - Wadesboro Station and Circuit were combined. 

1871 - Listed in Charlotte District, NORTH CAROLINA CONFERENCE. 

1872 - Wadesboro and Bethel listed together; then, Wadesboro became a 

station and remained one. 




KILWINNING MASONIC BUILDING 



The First United Methodist Church has had membership in at least three 
annual conferences. We do not know what the first annual conference name may 
have been. We only know that the first annual conference mentioned in the 
records was South Carolina and the district was the Camden District in the year 
1801. In 1871, Wadesboro Church was listed in the Charlotte District of the North 
Carolina Annual Conference. The Western North Carolina Conference was 
organized in 1890 and is celebrating its centennial this year. At that time, we 
were assigned to the Charlotte District. It was in 1960 that the Albemarle 
District, which included Anson, Stanly, and Union Counties was organized. First 
United Methodist Church was a part of this district and has remained in it to this 
date. 

The districts that First Church has belonged during its history are: South 
Carolina, Camden, Catawba, Lincolnton, Georgetown, Wadesboro, Charlotte, 
and Albemarle. 



If you are interested in more details, First Church has some old records and 
other records may be found at the SEJ Heritage Center, Lake Junaluska 
Assembly Grounds, Lake Junaluska, North Carolina. 




Parsonage 



The first parsonage lot deed, lot 
No. 72, was recorded to Samuel 
Spencer in 1853 and located on 
the corner of Rutherford and 
Martin Streets. The next par- 
sonage lot, located on the east 
side of South Greene Street, was 
purchased in 1875, and a house 
built there soon afterwards. (See 
photo at left) This lot is now oc- 
cupied by The Anson Savings 
and Loan Association. This old 
parsonage was removed in 1907 
and re-erected on the Chester- 
field Road. 



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\. new parsonage was 
juilt on this same 
south Greene lot and 
iccupied in 1908 by 
the Reverend J. H. 
West. The fourth par- 
sonage (pictured at 
•ight) was purchased 
>n October 18, 1939 
ifter the church's lot 
ind parsonage on 
South Greene Street 
vas traded for the 
John J. Dunlap home, 
tnown as "Marls- 
jate." This acqui- 
.ition was adjacent to 
he church building 
md increased the 
'rontage on Greene 
street by one hun- 
dred feet. 





This is the current parsonage on 
207 Hall Street. In 1945, a large 
lot on the corner of Leak Avenue 
and Hall Street was purchased 
for $6,000.00 for this fifth par- 
sonage, which was constructed 
in 1949. 



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Methodist Bishop 
Aided Church Here 

The current fund drive of the First Methodist Church in j 
Wadesboro has brought to light the fact that a fanner bishop ; 
made the first contribution toward building the present i 
church approximately 68 years ago. 
Wadesboro Methodists this week 



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are in the mi< 
raise $175,000 for the construction 
o! a new atr-cnnditioned. 60() ca- 
pacity sanctuary to replace the 
present old church structure. 

The present church was built in 
1891 and was kmnvn at that time 
as the Wadesboro Methodist 
Church. 

Prior so the construction of the 
present building the church, a 
white wooden structure, was lo- 
cated on Saissbury Street in the 
vicinity of the section now occu- 
pied by Crawford Motor Company. 
First Gift 

Bishop W. VV. Duncan made the 
first contribution of $100 toward 
the building fund of the church at 
the time of the district conference 
in 1891 that eeafereaee wm held 
in Wadesboro. 

Nine years later Bishop Duncan 
officially dedicated the prv-vni 
structure. 




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BISHOP W. W. DUNCAN 



As Wadesboro grew, First 
United Methodist broadened to 
better serve the spiritual life of 
the community. In 1907, the 
Conference journal reported a 
membership of 346 for First 
United Methodist, increasing 
to 421 in 1908. The need for ad- 
ditional space for an expanding 
Sunday School was met in 1912 
with plans for a new education- 
al building. Completed the fol- 
lowing year, the building cost 
$6,700.00. 

The next expansion came in 
1946 when the Beachum home 
was purchased by several 
members of the congregation 
for $6,000.00 and given to the 
church for additional class- 
rooms and extension of the 
church lot. The corn mill lot on 
East Morgan Street, adjacent 
to the Beachum property was 
also purchased in 1946 by W. B. 
Moore and presented to the 
church for the purpose of ad- 
ding more area to our grounds. 
By 1949, the old parsonage was 
converted into a fellowship 
hall and classrooms. 



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he-en preserve- 
present enure! 
that he was ; 
the building drive for the present 1 
church came to light when theft 
current building drive got under- 1 
way. | 



AN 

ORIGINAL 

POST CARD 

MAILED 

JUNE 4, 1913 



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(NOTE: PARSONAGE TO THE 
RIGHT OF CHURCH) 




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SUNKEN 
GARDEN 



Wadesboro Method- 
ist continued to in- 
crease its member- 
ship and served as 
the center of Anson 
County Methodism. 
In 1883, our forefathers, to provide more adequate facilities, selected and purchased 
a desirable location on the corner of Morgan and Greene Streets known as the Buck 
Tavern lot. This lot is now part of our present property. They made plans for building 
a new church. A fund-raising drive for this new church building, called "Buy a 
Brick," was led by the young people of the church in 1888-89. In 1891, the cornerstone 
for this church was laid. This cornerstone, which is presently located in our sunken 
garden, is surrounded by the bricks from this 1891 church. The brass rails that adorn 
the steps in that garden also come from this old church. These rails were originally 
donated by the Plunkett sisters in memory of their parents. The church was quite 
a showplace for a town the size of Wadesboro, and people came from many parts to 
see and inspect this magnificent building with a tall steeple, spacious auditorium, 
and beautiful stained- 
glass windows. A 
proud congregation 
moved into this build- 
ing in 1892. 



1891 
CORNERSTONE 




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This 1917 Sunday School card 
was a part of our early Sunday 
School literature. Containing 
their weekly lesson, these cards 
were taken home by children 
each Sunday. 





A 1922 Sunday School class taught by 
Mrs. W. N. Jeans with our own 
Marion Craig Nifong among those 
pictured 





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In 1950, the needs of our young people soon took priority and a move for a large 
educational building came into focus. Following the congregation's approval to 
proceed with this project, several committees were established. Charles Little, 
Robert Huntley and W. B. Moore were named to head the Funds Planning Committee. 
The Building Fund Steering Committee had John Cooke as its chairman, along with 
members Jack Covington and David Blalock. To exhibit the dedication and support 



behind this 
Little's Lake 
ways and 
gested, but 
none of 

the project, 
move was 
years in 



project, one special meeting which was held in the fall of 1951 at 
Plumnelly reported . . . the official board met there to discuss the 
means for the raising the money. A tithing program was sug- 
several other plans took the forefront of the conversation. When 
these plans seemed to have the drive and enthusiasm needed for 
the tithing program was again introduced into the discussion. A 
made for every member present who would give a tithe for three 
support of this fund to stand. Every person there stood. The 
educational building was destined to become a reality in a very 
short time. 





The Building Committee rec- 
ommended Charles N. Robinson 
to design the building. After vis- 
iting other churches for ideas 
and adjusting sketches, working 
plans were completed and ap- 
proved by the congregation. The 
Beachum house was razed and 
the new building started in July, 
1952. On July 12, 1953, this 17,000 
square foot building, costing 
nearly $200,000.00 for expendi- 
tures and equipment, was ready 
for occupancy. Bishop Costen J. 
Harrell dedicated the new Edu- 
cational Building on March 26, 
1954, less than three years after 
the solemn pledge made by the 
members of the official board. 




The spark of desire to complete the building program with 
a new sanctuary and additional classrooms continued to stay 
in the hearts of the members at First Methodist. In 1956, this 
spark was lighted with the decision to proceed. 

Dr. Forrest D. Hedden, a representative of the Department 
of Finance and Field Service, Division of National Missions of 
The Methodist Church, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, was ap- 
proached for a method of fund raising. At his suggestion, a drive 
committee with Robert Huntley and Charles Little as co-chair- 
men, set the goal of $176,000.00 to be paid in three years. The 
final drive, made in September of 1957, successfully allotted 
$180,000.00 in pledges. 

Charles N. Robinson was again hired to design the building. 
After twelve months of visiting other churches and planning, 
the building committee presented the plans for a 17,000 square 
foot dwelling to the congregation for approval. 

Final services were held in the old sanctuary on April 6, 1959. 
This sixty-five year old building was toppled to make room for 
the new sanctuary. Temporary facilities for worship were set 
up in the Fellowship Hall. The ground-breaking ceremony for 
the new sanctuary was conducted by Bishop Nolan B. Harmon 
on July 26, 1959, with the contract to build awarded two days 
later. Completed in the fall of 1960, this majestic tower of Colo- 
nial brick cost $300,000.00. This amount - the additional expense 
having met the approval of the congregation - included the 
building, engineering, architect fees, stained glass window, 
chancel furniture, pews, light fixtures and new organ. 



BELOW: 

BRICK FROM OLD 
CHURCH; SHOVELS USED 
IN GROUND BREAKING 
CEREMONIES JULY 26, 1959 





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Anson County Bicentennial Week 

Sunday, May 20-Sunday, May 27 



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— Schedule of Events — 

Sun.. May 20th, 7:30 p.m. at First United Methodist Church of Wadesboro 

Combined worship service ol at! United Methodist congregations In Anson County. Bishop Kenneth 

Goodson (lormer pastor of First United Methodist Church). 

Youth of each church will carry large, colorful banners which they themselves have made for the 

opening procession. 

Choir consisting ot singers from the congregations of all the United Methodist churches will sing 

during services. 

Reception and fellowship to follow services in the fellowship hall. 

Refreshments provided by women ot all the congregations. 

Thurs., May 24th, 7 p.m. at Long Pine Unlled Methodist Church. (12 miles South of Wadesboro on Hwy. 
109-walch for sign on right). 

OLE TIMEY OUTSIDE CAMP MEETING. Rev. John Splllman, former pastor of Anson County, now 
ministering in Winston-Salem will conduct the services. 

Frl., May 25th, 7 p.m. al Long Pine United Methodist Church. 

OLE TIMEY OUTSIDE CAMP MEETING. Rev. John Christy, Jr., district superintendent of the 
Albemarle District will conduct the services. 

Sat., May 26th, 7 p.m. at Long Pine United Methodist Church. 

OLE TIMEY OUTSIDE CAMP MEETING. Rev. Preston Jones of Charlolte will be our speaker for the 
evening. 

Sun., May 27lh, 3 p.m. -5 p.m. back at Long Pine United Methodist Church. 

Concluding CELEBRATION. Gathering In for volleyball games and activities for the young, rides on 
covered wagon for all children, Circuit Rider on horseback. 

5 p.m. A shared meal prepared by the men's cooking team from the various congregations, served on 
common tables. 

6 p.m. Members will gather Inside the church lor an old fashioned hymn singing. Banners prepared 
by the youlh will be displayed. Awarding of prizes for essay winners will be given out. Drees casual 
or wear ole' fashion clothing like in the older days. 



•Special music each evening by quartets, soloists and othejj 
churches. 




1984 

CELEBRATION 

OF 

METHODISM 

IN 

AMERICA 



SERVED 
OUR CHURCH 

1944-48 




BISHOP W. KENNETH GOODSON 



January, 1984, 
began a year of 
celebration of| 
Methodism in 
America. In Anson 
County, our heritage was presented by Dr. Horace 
Maness of Pfeiffer College, who spoke on Methodist 
theology and beliefs, and the Reverend James How- 
ell, who spoke on the importance of hymns and sing- 
ing in worship. Quartets, soloists, and other musical 
groups made special appearances at the spring camp 
meeting. Children and youth wrote essays on the 
church's history, as well as created banners which 
depicted the past of all the Methodist churches in the 
county. In April, a carnival with balloons, clowns, hot 
dog stand, and booths from each Methodist church in 
the county was held in our Fellowship Hall. 




THE APRIL CARNIVAL 
ALLEN O. CLARK, JANIE LITTLE, RONNIE STILES 



t&lje Jftrsi United ^He%dist fllmrtb, 

FOUNDATION 

The Administrative Board of The First United Methodist Church of Wadesboro, 
North Carolina, established in October of 1985. The First United Methodist Church 
Foundation. The Trustees of The First United Methodist Church of Wadesboro, 
North Carolina, and their successors in office are designated to manage The First 
United Methodist Church Foundation. 

The First United Methodist Church Foundation is an "umbrella" under which spe- 
cial funds are received, managed as investments, and used for purposes of the funds 
named herein and such additional funds as may be established later. The types of 
funds provided by this foundation are: 1) an endowment fund, using only the income 
from investments for designated purposes and re-investing a portion of this; and 2) 
designated funds, which provide interest for designated use. These funds include a 
maintenance fund, a capital reserve and/or reserve maintenance fund, a missions 
fund, and a discretionary fund. 



This on-going Foundation 
includes, at this printing, 
monies from the following: 

The Calvin M. Little 

Estate 
The Daisy Belle Wheeler 

Estate 
The James Plunkett 

Family Estate 
The Rufus Meachum 

Estate 
The Leona Edwards 

Estate 
The O. McRae Covington 

Estate 
Mrs. Grady Ruscoe 

Moore 
Mr. Hal Atkinson 



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CHURCH HONORS T. M. LITTLE 



The Thomas M. Little Educational Building of First 
United Methodist Church in Wadesboro was dedicat- 
ed in memory of Tom Little in special services on 
Homecoming Sunday, September 28, following the 
morning worship services. 

Family members who were present for the event were 
Little's wife, Mrs. Tom (Catharine) Little, and his chil- 
dren and grandchildren; Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Poel 
(Frances) of Lake Norman, the parents of Catharine 
and David Poel; Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Graham of Wil- 
son (Chris) and her sons, Tom and Geoffrey; and Mr. 
and Mrs. John T. Harmeling (Jean), parents of John 
III and Scott of Charlotte. 

A plaque at the corner of the building was unveiled 
and a special program was conducted. 

The minister, the Rev. Mack M. Armstrong, opened 
the service and Charles L. Little, Jr., church lay lead- 
er, offered an appropriate and meaningful tribute to 



HORNING WORSHIP 



NINETEENTH SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST 
September 28.1986 



WE WORSHIP 



THE PRELUDE Suppl 1 cat ion 

•THE CHOIR CALLS US TO WORSHIP 
•THE PEOPLE RESPOND 

Pastor- 
PEOPLE: 



=E0PLE: 
»TH£ HYMN OF PRAI 

God of Grace 

•VELCOME AND PASS, 

CONCERNS AND ANT 
•TH: ACT Of PRAI 

"Praise trie 
•1>E GLORIA PATR 
•THE AFFIRMATION 

"A Modern A 
ANTHEM 

Notes from 



Pastor: 
PEOPLE: 
Pastor: 

THE MORNING PRAYER 
THE PRAYER OF JESUS 



THE OFFERTORY PRAYER 

THE OFFERTORY ANTHEM Go Ye, Into All the World 

•THE DEDICATION OF TITHES AND OFFERINGS 



ELEVEN O'CLOCK 



Ricnard Purvis 



fellow- 
oves us. 
TO 6E 




Mr. Little. 

This was followed by scripture readings by J. J. Cov- 
ington, chairman of the board of trustees; Sarah 
Hendley, a Christian learner; and Dr. Ruth Elium, a 
Christian teacher. 

The Rev. William R. Brantley, district superintendent, 
delivered the morning worship sermon and spoke to 
the assembled group gathered to name the building. 
Mr. Brantley spoke of Mr. Little's dedication, generos- 
ity and Christianity. 

The dedication concluded with a prayer and a hymn. 



1—TIIIS BUILDING DEDICATED TO GOD 



IN MEMORY OK 



THOMAS MARSHALL LITTLE 



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Mm i a ioioier or tne cross m i tit* tun 

SHARING OUR FAITH WITH THE CHILDREN 

INTRODUCTION OF OUR SPEAKER 

WHAT GOO SAYS Pew 3ible page 8H2 

Luke 4:1-13 
THE MESSAGE FOR TODAY The Rev. William R. Brantley 

"We Have Promises to Keeo" 



WE COMMIT 



COMMITTING OURSELVES TO A CHRISTIAN LIFE 

•WE SING OUR COMMITMENT See Insert 

Jesus I Have Promised Angel's Story 

{We will follow the choir to the Moroan Street entrance of tne educa- 
tional Duilding for the service of naming of tne building.) 



David S. York 
Doxology 



NAMING OF THE EDUCATIONAL BUILDING 



SCRIPTURE SENTENCES The Minister 

TRIBUTE TO THOMAS MARSHALL LITTLE Charles Little. Jr. 

Church lay Leader 

DECLARATION OF PURPOSE " The Mi ni ster 

SCRIPTURE LESSON J.J. Covington 

Ecclesiastes 44:1-4, 5-11, 13-15 Chairman of Trustees 
SCRIPTURE LESSON Sarah Hendley 

Colossians 3:16-17 A Christian Learner 
SCRIPTURE LESSON Dr. Ruth Elium 

Matthew 28:19-20 A Christian Teacher 

ACT OF NAMING THE BUILDING The Rev. William R. Brantley 

The Albemarle District Superintendent 
Dear friends, it 1s with joy that we gather to name this building 
in memory of a man who was dedicated, generous, and by example a 
Christian. However, let us give ourselves anew to the service of 
God: our minds, that they may be renewed after the image of Christ; 
our bodies, that they may be fit temples for the indwelling of the 
Holy Spirit; and our labors, that they may be according to God's 
will, and that their fruit may glorify God's name and serve God's 
eternal purposes. As we commit ourselves to the Christian faith, I 
declare that this building shall be called The Thomas M. Little 
Educational Building, {the plague shall be unveiled by J. Edward 
McSrlde) 1n the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy 
Spirit. 

THE CLOSING PRAYER In Unison 

Blest Be the Tie That Binds Dennis 



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( )f J EI ?ATK 5N 





First United Methodist Church 

WadesboTO, fjpnh Carolina 



In the fall of 1986, plans for the total reno- 
vation of all the church's facilities got under- 
way. A goal of $100,000.00 was set by the 
Trustees for improvements such as painting 
the sanctuary, paving the parking lot, updat- 
ing the lighting and electrical system, pur- 
chasing a new microphone system, applying 
storm windows, renovating the playground 
and many more much-needed repairs. The 
Trustees, after extensive research and study, 
presented their plan to the Administrative 
Board in January of 1987, which was ap- 
proved. In April of 1987, a kick-off banquet 
set the tone for Operation Renovation. 
Pledges amounting to $72,000.00 were made 
at this dinner, followed by indi- 

vidual contacts that completed 
the needed goal of $100,000.00. 
Work on these various 
projects began in the fall of 
1987 with the appli- 
cation of vinyl siding 
to the outside of the 
church building. Op- 
eration Renovation pro- 
gressed in 1989 with the 
expansion and paving of 
the parking lot, after an 
additional 
$6,000.00 
was given to 
complete all 
the goals. 
The total 
cost of ren- 
ovatingwas 
$106,000.00. 



TOMMY FREEMAN 
MACK ARMSTRONG 



THIS IS OUR STORY 
f987 




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(Pur Rentage of ^ustc 

Music has always played an important part in the ministry of the Methodist Church. John Wesley 
published a hymnal, Sacred Melody, in 1761, in which he presented his "Directions for Singing." The 
first "official" hymnal was A Collection of Hymns for the People Called Methodist, published in Lon- 
don in 1780. From that time on, we have been known as the "singing Methodists." 

Our local church has a rich tradition of music. We know very little about music in the Salisbury 
Street church; we can only assume that singing did occur. Perhaps there was a song leader who "lined 
out" the hymns, or there may have been a choir, with organ accompaniment. 

After the 1891 church was built, music continued to be an important part of the life of the church. 
Some of our older members remember a pipe organ that stood on the main floor of the sanctuary. 
That organ was replaced by an Estey pipe organ, purchased in 1920 for the then exorbitant sum of 
$3,300.00. In order to accommodate the new organ, an addition to the church had to be built behind 
the choir loft. The Estey organ served faithfully until the church was torn down in 1959. 

After the new sanctuary was completed, our music was provided by an electronic organ for a few 
years. In 1965, we returned to the pipe organ tradition with the installation of a 22-rank Moller pipe 
organ, the gift of the family of Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Little. Organs in the Chapel have included 
a Baldwin electronic organ, given by Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Coxe, and a Rodgers pipe/electronic organ, 
dedicated in 1985. The Rodgers organ was the gift of the family of Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Kiker, Sr. 
and from the bequests of Mrs. Adam Lockhart and the James W. Plunkett family. 

Choral organizations in the church include a very active Chancel Choir, Children's Choir, and a 
youth music and activities group, "Joyful Noise." In addition, handbells are played by adult and youth 
groups. 

On Christmas Eve, 1988, we began a campaign to purchase The United Methodist Hymnal. Over 
600 hymnals were given in memory or honor of different individuals. These were dedicated on July 
30, 1989. 

As we enter our third century, music will undoubtedly continue to play a vital part of our ministry, 
as we continue our tradition of being "singing United Methodists." 




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(Above:) The first organ in the 1891 church stood on the 
floor of the sanctuary. The choir sat on the main floor 
near the organ. 

(Right:) The 1920 Estey organ in the old church. 

(Left:) This picture of the Choir was taken in the fall of 
1955. The members were (1-r) Charles Brower, Miss 
Mary Plunkett, Mrs. Arlene Covington, Miss Anne Little 
Masemore, Mrs. Louise Royal, Miss Jennie Lee Davis, 
and Robert Brower. The Reverend Dwight Mullis was 
pastor. 




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Women's Organizations 



with National 
In cooperation January 

Guild Month ^ch» n s iee 

each year the vve ■ church 

Guild of First Metho ay 
was highlighted at the 

morning ^"f^day -ere pr-- 
Flowers for tne * of 

-nted^y ^^"-ordinator. 

Mrs . Ben Dunlap, c 

Mrs. Dunlap made a te f 

and P rese 1 nted Vl ^ t0 Mrs. Ed Mc- 

Li fe Membership to i & a 

Bride who has , neve most 

meeting, and "Who ^ g cap . 

every office in tne b hyTBn 

at le manner^ In and mem . 

-as sung by the ^ ^^ 

bers of tne b ^j. &CL 

ed. ' " 



OUR PURPOSE, pledged in un i son 

The purpose of Ihe Women's Society of Christian Service and Wesleyan 
Service Guild shall be to help women grow in the knowledge and ex- 
perience of God as revealed in Jesus Christ; to challenge them to 
respond to God's redemptive purpose in the world; to unite them in a 
Christian fellowship to make Christ known throughout the world; and to 
develop a personal responsibility for the whole task of the church. 

Toward the realization of this purpose, the Women's Society and the 
Wesleyan Service Guild shall provide opportunities and resources to 
meet the needs and interests of women; to increase their knowledge of 
the concerns and responsibilities of the church in the world; and to share 
in Christian witness, service, and missionary outreach. 

The Women's Society and Guild shall enlist workers and secure funds 
for the fulfillment of their responsibility in the mission of the church 
at home and overseas. 



Past Presidents 



Earliest Organizations 

Mrs. Julia Vernon Ross 
Miss Marion Craig 
Mrs. Kathleen Atkinson 
Mrs. Ethel Kiker 



Women's Society of 
Christian Service 

Mrs. Ethel Kiker 
Mrs. Elizabeth Lockhart 
Mrs. Bessie Blalock 
Mrs. Tabitha Jones 
Mrs. Jennie Brasington 
Mrs. Nancy Leavitt 
Mrs. Lomie Lou Cooke 
Mrs. Hannah Robinson 
Mrs. Catharine Little 
Mrs. Louise Huntley 
Mrs. Sally Maner 
Mrs. Virginia Gaddy 
Mrs. Mary Burns 



Wesleyan Service Guild 

Coordinators: 

Mrs. Pearle Lary Lawson 

Mrs. Lula Dunlap 

Mrs. Jennings Fogleman 

Presidents: 



Miss Hazel Tice 
Mrs. Lucy McBride 
Mrs. Oretta Jones 
Mrs. Rachel Brower 
Mrs. Avis Smethie 
Mrs. Mae Burns 
Mrs. Laura Pratt 
Dr. Ruth Elium 
Mrs. Wayne Ellis 
Mrs. Nell Brower 
Mrs. Harriett Alexander 
Mrs. Virginia Gaddy 



United Methodist Women 

Mrs. Miriam Home 
Mrs. Gina Crawford 
Mrs. Virginia Gaddy 
Mrs. Catharine Little 
Mrs. Rebecca Puryear 
Mrs. Elizabeth Constantian 
Dr. Ruth Elium 
Mrs. Corinne Nicholson 
Mrs. Lou Covington 
Mrs. Elsie Potter 




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The official emblem for United Meth- 
odist Women as well as for The 
United Methodist Church combines 
the cross and a flame. The cross and 
flame are ancient symbols of Christ 
and Pentecost. The shape of the em- 
blem is fluid and freeflowing, sugges- 
ting change and mobility. "... I now 
remind you to stir into flame the gift 
of God which is within you." (II Timo- 
thy 1:6a NEB) 

Our heritage is one of sacrifice, 
witness, and service. The emblem 
serves as a continuing reminder of 
both opportunity and obligation. 



Past and Present 



United Methodist Women 

Organizationally, United Methodist Women is the successor to 
the home and foreign missionary societies, the ladies aide, parson- 
age societies, woman's missionary societies, woman's auxiliaries, 
Wesleyan service guilds, and woman's societies of Christian service 
of the seven predecessor denominations now comprising The United 
Methodist Church. UMW is those same groups in each congregation 
organized for mission. Local units relate directly to district and con- 
ference organizations of United Methodist Women and to the Wom- 
an's Division of the General Board of Global Ministries. 

A Centennial Era as United Methodist Women, which commemo- 
rated 100 years of women's organizations in Methodism, was cele- 
brated from April, 1983 through April, 1986. A history of our local 
UMW traces our women's involvement in missions for 75 of those 
first 100 years of Methodism in America. We are continuing in this 
tradition. 




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PASTORS WHO HAVE SERVED 

|ftr»t Pttitel £Mp£*t Qttpxxtt\ 



1834 - Kenneth Murchison 

1835 - John H. Robinson 

1836 - Allen McCorquodale 

1837 - 38 - Daniel G. McDaniel 

1839 - Arch B. McGilvery 

1840 - 41 - Ira L. Potter 

1842 - Samuel W. Capers 

1843 - Henry H. Durant 

1844 - 45 - Samuel Leard 

1846 - Theophilus Huggins 

1847 - Charles S. Walker 

1848 - 49 - Joseph H. Wheeler 

1850 - Tracy R. Walsh 

1851 - 52 - Charles S. Walker 

1853 - Thomas Mitchell 

1854 - William W. Wood 

1855 - 56 - Osgood A. Darby 

1857 - L. A. Johnson 

1858 - F. Milton Kennedy 

1859 - Lewis H. Little 

1860 - 61 - H. C. Parsons 
1862 - 63 - Samuel J. Hill 

1864 - Algernon S. Link 

1865 - Thomas J. Clyde 

1866 - 69 - E. W. Thompson 

1870 - R. R. Pegues 

1871 - 72 - M. V. Sherrill 
1873 - 74 - G. J. Brent 

1875 - Bernice B. Culbreth 

1876 - James W. Wheeler 

1877 - 78 - Thomas W. Guthrie 

1879 - Pinckney L. Groome 

1880 - 83 - William S. Rone 

1884 - Fred B. Swindell 

1885 - 86 - William C. Cannon 
1887 - 88 - J. Edwin Thompson 
1889 - 91 - Thomas A. Boone 



1892 - Frank L. Townsend 

1893 - 94 - C. G. Little 

1894 - 96 - T. P. Bonner 
1896 - 1900 - Parker Holmes 

1900 - 01 - F. H. Wood 

1901 - 03 - D. M. Litaker 
1903 - 07 - M. A. Smith 
1907 - 11 - J. H. West 
1911 - 15 - G. D. Harman 
1915 - 17 - A. L. Plyler 

1917 - 18 - A. L. Stanford 

1918 - 20 - E. R. Welch 

1920 - 21 - C. A. Wood 

1921 - 24 - W. R. Shelton 
1924 - 26 - J. H. Armbrust 

1926 - 27 - Carlock Hawk 

1927 - 28 - W. O. Goode 

1928 - 32 - W. B. Davis 
1932 - 35 - G. B. Clemmer 
1935 - 39 - Paul Hardin, Jr. 

1939 - 40 - T. F. Higgins 

1940 - 44 - C. P. Bowles 
1944 - 48 - W. K. Goodson 
1948 - 50 - J. E. Carroll 
1950 - 54 - Walter L. Lanier 
1954 - 57 - Dwight B. Mullis 
1957 - 60 - E. Paul Hamilton 
1960 - 64 - D. Moody Nifong 
1964 - 67 - Harley Dickson 
1967 - 71 - Ernest D. Page 
1971 - 73 - Horace McSwain 
1973 - 76 - N. Carson Williams 
1976 - 80 - Bill E. Bass 

1980 - 82 - A. C. Kennedy 

1982 - 85 - James B. Long, Jr. 

1986 - present - Mack M. Armstrong 



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AS FAR BACK AS WE COULD DETERMINE, THESE SERVED AS . 



DIRECTORS OF CHRISTIAN EDUCATION 

Mrs. Robert D. Edwards 

Miss Mary Ruth Thompson 

Miss Anna Tesh 

Miss Marietta Harrison 

Miss Nancy Ingram 

Miss Katherine Bannister 

Miss Marion Craig 

Mrs. Doris Page 

Mr. Bryan Fox 

Mrs. Frances Harrington 

Mrs. Pat Smith 

Mrs. Gail Litaker 

Mrs. Pauline Jarrell 

Miss Mary Steele 

Mrs. Vickie Molaro 

Mrs. Marilee Huntley 



SECRETARIES 

Mrs. Lula Dunlap 
Miss Mary Lou Streater 
Mrs. Louise Lively 
Mrs. Elsie Potter 
Mrs. Sue Burr 
Mrs. Shelba Boone 



CHOIR DIRECTORS AND/OR ORGANISTS 



HOUSEKEEPING 

Mr. Jack Ingram 
Mr. Tim Bennett 
Mr. Thomas Spencer 
Mrs. Eula Gaddy 
Mrs. Esther Hubbard 
Mr. Pear Williams 
Mrs. Anne Thomas 
Mr. Ernest Johnson 
Mrs. Hazel Hildreth 



Mrs. Lula Dunlap 
Mrs. Bessie Ledbetter 
Mrs. Madge Ridenhour 
Mrs. Kathleen Marsh 
Mrs. Goldie Gulledge 
Mrs. Louise Huntley 
Mrs. Pauline Moore 
Mrs. Lomie Lou Cooke 
Miss Frances Little 
Mrs. Marie Whisnant 



Mrs. Elizabeth Taylor 
Mr. Harry Lenhoff 
Mrs. Lib Huntley 
Miss Louise Furr 
Mr. Bryan Fox 
Mrs. Sandra Walser 
Miss Nancy Elledge 
Miss Mary Steele 
Mrs. Gail Litaker 
Mr. Charles Litaker 



... IN OUR CHURCH 



DID YOU KNOW 



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• • 



«... that in the olden days, Friday was considered "Fast Day" followed by "Love 
Feast" on Sunday morning in our church? 

«... that while First Methodist was part of a circuit, it was a custom to have 
both a junior and senior preacher, with the salary of the junior preacher 
amounting to $150.00? 

«... that after a usual Sunday morning service, class meetings were held for 
the purpose of allowing class leaders to examine anyone who might be ques- 
tionable in regard to their spiritual life? No member was allowed to dance, 
go to a circus, or wear flowers on their bonnets or frills on their skirts. "Mrs. 
Fannie Coppedge McCormick, a saintly member of the Methodist Church at 
Wadesboro . . . was brought before the church class meeting for having frills 
on her dress when she was a girl." 

«... that Yankee soldiers made one of our fine preachers, Mr. H. C. Parsons, 
ride a mule with no saddle six miles to his plantation to get his silverware and 
other valuables for them during the Civil War? Not being very strong, Mr. Par- 
sons died soon after this. 

«... that the location of our present church was once used for a hotel operated 
by Joseph Sullivan, grandfather of Miss Bessie Plunkett? 

«... that, in 1787, Beverly Allen, a Methodist minister sent to Georgia to preach, 
stopped in Anson County and wrote to John Wesley that hundreds of people 
flocked to hear the "Word of the Lord?" 

• . . . that our sanctuary will seat 600 people and contains 48 pews? 

«... that the cross on top of the steeple is an 8 foot satin aluminum structure 
and that the steeple itself towers 130 feet into the sky? 

«... that the following names are written on the topmost level - 115 feet above 
ground level - of our church steeple, just below spire: George Pendleton, Jan 
Miller, Billy Bass, Reeves Fowler, Fred Sparger, and Danny Ellis? 

. . . that Mrs. Bessie Little was present for the 1892 dedication of the old church 
which used to be on the corner, and for the 1966 dedication of the new sanctu- 
ary (our present sanctuary)? 

«... that former ministers, Paul Hardin, Jr. and Ken Goodson, were later elect- 
ed Bishops of the United Methodist Church. 



The bicentennial historical document was researched and compiled by the 1989-90 History 
Committee, consisting of the following members: Elsie Potter, Chairperson-Mack M. Armstrong, Pastor; 
Ed McBride; Charles Litaker; Jack Covington; and Vickie Molaro. 



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this group is to provide social activities and fellowship for the older adult faction of our congregation. 



BISHOP PAUL HARDIN, JR. 
• • SERVED OUR CHURCH 

1935-1939 




MEMBERS WHO ENTERED 
THE MINISTRY . . . 

DAVID M. RORIE 
RANDY H. TARLTON 
GLENN S. GRIFFITHS 
RICHARD S. COVINGTON 
JANICE HARRINGTON 
D. BRYAN FOX, JR. 
LLOYD GRIFFITH, JR. 
MARION CRAIG NIFONG, 
DIACONAL MINISTER 





Each year, many of our children attended Camp Nixon 
(right) and Camp Tekoa (above) during summer seasons. 
This picture of Camp Nixon was made in 1952. 
The Camp Tekoa pictures were made in 1989. 






At First Church, the huge Chrismon tree is a traditional fix- 
ture in our sanctuary during the month of December. 





At Easter time in the old sanctuary of the 1891 church, this scene 
was a familiar tradition. (Below) 





GRACE METHODIST CHURCH 
(GRACE SENIOR CENTER) 

Grace Methodist Church, organized on July 12, 1953, under the 
consultation of Reverend Walter L. Lanier, provided South Wades- 
boro with a Methodist church and Sunday school. In 1960, this con- 
gregation was provided with a new brick church constructed on 
Chesterfield Road, using stained glass windows and pews from the 
1891 First Methodist Church razed in 1959. In 1980, this church 
closed and became known as the Grace Senior Center. 



HANNA CHAPEL 

Hanna Chapel Methodist Church, assigned to the 
New-Hope Bethel Charge, has a deed of Novem- 
ber 1, 1951, and was formed from a combined 
membership of First Methodist Church. For 
many years, these two churches shared pastors as 
well. 




| MM0VMKB 




FRIENDSHIP CLUB 

The Friendship Club is an organization of 
senior citizens from all areas of Anson Coun- 
ty whose purpose is to provide social interac- 
tion, fellowship, activities, and community 
service. 



OUTREACH 






THROUGH THE WEEK SCHOOL 

Through The Week School provides a play-school atmo- 
sphere of social interaction and fellowship with peers paral- 
leled with various theme units correlated to the seasons and 
holidays of the year. Activities include music, art, stories, 
movies, field trips, special programs health and nutrition, 
and basic pre-school skills (numbers, colors, letters, etc.) 
taught with Christian love and understanding. 





AFTER SCHOOL 
HELPING HANDS 

After School Helping Hands is an after 
school program designated to help working 
parents have a safe, secure, and progressive 
place for their children to stay in the after- 
noons when school is over. This local mission 
program of the church offers love and care 
for the children of our community through 
good leadership, scheduled activities and 
clean, secure surroundings. 



BUILDERS TEAM 

Pictured here, representing the Builders 
Team on a mission to complete a sanctuary 
in Acapulco, Mexico in March of 1990, are 
Clyde and Morris Beverly from our church, 
and other members of the team. This West- 
ern North Carolina Conference sponsored 
mission program has promoted the construc- 
tion of churches and educational buildings in 
Central America for many years. 



MINISTRIES 




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The Rose Window from the 1891 church . . . now located at Forestville United Methodist Church, Lilesville, N.C. 



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First United Methodist Church 

Official Membership as of January 1, 1990 



Hilda P. Adcock 

Harriet B. Alexander 

Elizabeth H. Allen 

Libby Allen 

Carroll C. Anderson 

Carolyn Armstrong 

Frances D. Armstrong 

Mark Armstrong 

Sara C. Aubry 

William Aubry 

Debbie S. Barnes 

Anna H. Baucora 

DeAhn Baucom 

Lonnie Baucom 

Nicole Baucom 

Terri A. Baucom 

Henry Benton, Jr. 

Clyde Beverly, Jr. 

C. Morris Beverly, III 

Eli Beverly 

Doris M. Bias 

William Bias 

Edith H. Billingsley 

Willard Billingsley 

David Blalock 

Laura T. Blalock 

Benton Bowers 

Daniel Bowers, Jr. 

Daniel Bowers, III 

Joyce Ann Bowers 

Kenn R. Bowers 

Margaret S. Bowers 

Sally H. Braley 

B. Clifton Brasington 

Benjamin C. Brasington, Jr. 

Benjamin C. Brasington, III 

Patsy P. Brasington 

Robert Brasington 

Elizabeth M. Braswell 

Tim Braswell 

Charles Brower 

Laura Brower 

Nell B. Brower 

Robert Brower 

William Brower 

James Bruney 

Sandra Z. Bruney 

Allen Burns 

Frances W. Burns 

George Burns 

James Burns, Jr. 

Joyce M. Burns 

Mae C. Burns 

Mary W. Burns 

Preston Burns 

Sammy Burns 

Bobby Burr 



Joseph C. Burr 
Joseph C. Burr, Jr. 
Richard Burr 
Sue M. Burr 
Dottie G. Burrows 
Evelyn M. Capel 
William Capel 
William Capel, Jr. 
Brian Capell 
Jeffrey Capell 
Kerry Capell 
Leslie W. Capell 
Debbie H. Capps 
Cornelia G. Caudle 
Jeff Caudle 
Michele S. Caudle 
Ann Chandler 
Daisy G. Chandler 
John Chandler, Jr. 
Maxine H. Childs 
Bryant Christie 
Catherine T. Christie 
Debra S. Christie 
Kenneth Christie 
Allen Clark 
Allen E. Clark 
Eugenia M. Clark 
Ray Clayton 
Peggy D. Cloud 
Rebecca B. Cockman 
Hallet T. Coggin 
Elizabeth B. Constantian 
Richard Constantian 
Richard Constantian, Jr. 
Sara Constantian 
Chauncey Cooke 
John M. Cooke 
J. Martin Cooke, Jr. 
Lomie Lou M. Cooke 
Stuart Cooke 
Emma G. Coppedge 
Milton Cornwell 
Anne M. Covington 
Cindy Covington 
Dunlap Covington 
Fred Covington 
Imogene M. Covington 
Jack Covington 
Lou H. Covington 
Linda L. Cowan 
Misty Cowan 
Michael Cox 
Gina L. Crawford 
John Crawford 
Jeff Crawford 
Patricia T. Crowell 
Edith S. Currie 



Lum Currie 
Ruth W. Currie 
Minnie Lou T. Daniels 
Rebecca S. Darling 
Mary H. Davenport 
Elizabeth Davis 
Jennie Lee Davis 
Lula Ann P. Davis 
Pines Davis 
Robert Davis 
Robert Davis, Jr. 
Thomas Davis, Jr. 
Judith J. Deen 
Patricia O. Deese 
Sarah Virginia Dunlap 
Ruth Elium 
Janice C. Estwanik 
Jennings R. Fogleman 
Eric Forbes 
Felix Forbes 
Patricia B. Forbes 
Lucile C. Ford 
Dora Bennett L. Forrest 
Ben Freeman 
Nancy R. Freeman 
Tommy Freeman 
Connie H. Fry 
Ada T. Gaddy 
Eula C. Gaddy 
Mary Neal B. Gaddy 
Mary S. Gaddy 
Gable Gathings 
Edgar Gathings 
Melissa J. Gathings 
Ann G. Gilliam 
Elsie M. Gillis 
Herman Gillis 
Carey Godwin 
Rebecca W. Godwin 
Sanford Godwin 
Cecelia A. Gordon 
Bennett Gordon 
Bernice P. Gordon 
Callie M. Graves 
Edna Gray 
John Edgar Gray 
John E. Gray, III 
Juliett T. Gray 
Mary Jane W. Gray 
Miriam B. Gray 
Elwood Greene 
Elwood Greene, Jr. 
Kelly G. Griggs 
Susan W. Hallman 
Mary L. Ham 
Louise B. Hamer 
Marvin Hamer 



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Phillip Haraer 
Boyce Hamilton 
Ruth A. Hamilton 
Alan Hanna 
Cherrie P. Hanna 
Davis S. Hanna 
Everette Hanna 
Gail L. Hanna 
Rebecca R. Hanna 
Walter Hanna 
W. W. Hanna, Jr. 
Lawson Hardison 
Selene L. Hardison 
Charles Haskell 
Elizabeth W. Haskell 
Eric Haskell 
Paulette R. Hasty 
Richard Hasty 
Lara Hendley 
Margaret D. Hendley 
Miriam G. Hendley 
Ross Hendley 
Sarah Hendley 
Beulah R. Henley 
Sandra Higgenbotham 
Cindy Y. Hildreth 
Margaret B. Hildreth 
Julia Hill 
Louise Hill 
Risden Hill 
Bernard Hodges 
Harry Hodges, Jr. 
Nancy M. Hodges 
Nancy Hodges 
Martha C. Hooks 
Charles Home 
Claude Home 
Kenneth Home 
Kenneth Home, Jr. 
Mabel H. Home 
Miriam M. Home 
Hilda Horton 
Catharine Hough 
Georgia W. Hough 
Louise S. Hough 
Thomas Hough 
T. W. Hough, Jr. 
Douglas Howard 
Kathryn A. Howard 
Dovie Howell 
Bettie B. Huntley 
Billy F. Huntley 
Brown Huntley, III 
Charles Huntley, Jr. 
Dorothy C. Huntley 
Eddie Huntley 
Edmund Huntley 
Elizabeth G. Huntley 
Evalyn A. Huntley 
Harry Huntley 
Helen R. Huntley 
Henry Huntley, Jr. 
James Huntley 
Joan D. Huntley 



Joe Huntley 
Kenneth Huntley 
Lisa Huntley 
Marilee W. Huntley 
Nancy G. Huntley 
Robert Huntley 
Ross M. Huntley 
Ruby W. Huntley 
Sandy C. Huntley 
Sarah G. Huntley 
Thomas Huntley 
Valeta R. Huntley 
William H. Huntley, III 
Will Huntley 
Harleston M. Hurst 
James Hurst, Jr. 
Kate A. Ingram 
Alan Jackson 
Christopher Jackson 
David Jackson 
Adgie M. James 
Barry James 
Brenda W. James 
Stella H. Jarrell 
James Jasmin 
Mary S. Jasmin 
Nancy M. Jenkins 
Walter Jenkins, III 
Carol A. Johnson 
John Johnson 
John Johnson, Jr. 
Carol B. Jones 
Peggy O. Keller 
Paul Kiker, Jr. 
Paul Kiker, III 
York Kiker 
Charles Kiser 
Charles Kiser, Jr. 
Robin W. Knight 
Ann W. Land 
John Land 
Lisa Land 
Taunya Land 
Harvey Leavitt, Jr. 
Harvey Leavitt, III 
Nancy S. Leavitt 
Vickie W. Leavitt 
Judy K. Lim 
Virginia G. Lineberry 
Grace M. Lipe 
R. A. Lipe, Jr. 
Christie Lisenby 
Mary Beth S. Lisenby 
Thomas Lisenby 
Charles Litaker 
Chuck Litaker 
Gail S. Litaker 
Katie Litaker 
Allen Little 
Catharine S. Little 
Charles Little 
Cynthia H. Little 
Henry Little, III 
Lucy P. Little 



Mary Louise R. Little 
Millie W. Little 
Rhonda D. Little 
William Little, II 
William Little III 
Nancy H. Long 
Linda G. Lorbacher 
Betty C. Lowe 
Janet D. Lowe 
John Lowe 
Kent Lowe 
Margaret T. Lowe 
Mark Lowe 
Spencer Lowe 
Andrew Maner 
Elizabeth Maner 
Fleetwood Maner 
Georgia G. Maner 
Sally K. Maner 
Annie Ruth K. Marsh 
Clara H. Marsh 
Fred Ross Marsh 
Herman Marsh 
Kathleen H. Marsh 
Samuel Marsh 
Stanley Marsh 
Lila H. Martin 
Ann Little Masemore 
Barbara W. Mathews 
David Mathews 
George Matthews 
Kip Matthews 
Louise R. Matthews 
Michael Matthews 
Lisa R. Mattocks 
Edward McBride, Jr. 
Lucy H. McBride 
Thomas McBride 
Barry McCuiston 
Anne R. McLean 
Mary Louise Medley 
Peggy L. Mitchell 
Alicia Molaro 
Allen Molaro 
John Molaro 
Phillip Molaro 
Vickie W. Molaro 
Ailene C. Moore 
Andrew Moore 
Diane Moore 
Jane S. Moore 
Julia W. Moore 
Kathy Moore 
Nelline Moore 
Minnie Lee B. Moore 
Brenda L. Morgan 
David Morgan 
Kristie Morgan 
Ralph Morgan 
Richard Morris 
Craft B. Morrison 
Ruth G. Morton 
Linda Murphy 
Madeliene F. Murphy 



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Michael Murphy 

Richard Murphy 

Richard Murphy, Jr. 

Bernice L. Murray 

Alan Myers 

Barbara D. Myers 

David Myers 

David Nash 

Arthur Newkirk, III 

Corinne L. Nicholson 

Effie Nicholson 

John Nicholson, III 

John Harvey Nicholson, IV 

Marion C. Nifong 

Mary Lambeth T. Nolan 

Charles Northcutt 

David Northcutt 

Charles Odom, Jr. 

Corrie A. Odom 

L. L. Odom, HI 

Mack Odom 

Mary H. Odom 

William Harry Odom 

Willie P. Odom, Jr. 

Willie P. Odom, HI 

Gene Olmstead 

Mae A. Olmstead 

Murray Olmstead 

Anna H. Padgett 

Armando Pesce 

Eleanor C. Pesce 

Monica J. Phillips 

Michael Pinkston 

Pamela Pinkston 

Peggy B. Pinkston 

Randy Pinkston 

Robert Pinkston 

Todd Pinkston 

Elsie T. Potter 

John Potter, Jr. 

Ellie Powers 

Neill Powers 

Kermit Pratt 

Laura T. Pratt 

George Puryear 

Kathy Puryear 

Rebecca S. Puryear 

Steve Puryear 

Elsie H. Ratliff 

Mae L. Ratliff 

Mary Charles H. Ratliff 

Ray Ratliff 

Ruth R. Ratliff 

Claudia M. Ratliffe 

Gretchen Ratliffe 

Louise L. Ratliffe 

Marshall Ratliffe, Jr. 

Marshall Plyde Ratliffe 

Foye L. Ray 

Marshall Ray 

William Ray 

Lois G. Rayfield 

Hubert Rayfield 

Carrie J. Rambisz 



Jane S. Rivers 
Roberet Rivers 
Hannah W. Robinson 
Mary Bryan H. Rogel 
Marjorie H. Rogers 
Richard Rogers 
Richard Roper, Jr. 
Emmitte Rorie 
Gerald Rorie 
Patricia C. Rorie 
Ruby C. Rorie 
George Ross, Jr. 
Eloise C. Rywack 
Edna S. Sargent 
Donovan Scarboro 
Julie B. Schnitker 
Edward Schweitzer 
Helen Z. Schweitzer 
Michael Schweitzer 
Alan Short 
Herbert Short 
Janis S. Sikes 
Melissa D. Sikes 
Russell Sikes 
McDonald Simmons 
Wayne T. Simmons 
Avis H. Smethie 
William Smethie 
Dennis Snow 
Josie L. Snow 
Annabel A. Stanback 
George Stanback, HI 
Grace S. Stanback 
Pickett Stanback 
Mary P. Steffy 
Carolyn F. Stephens 
E. L. Stephens 
Lucy S. Stephenson 
Ronald Stiles 
Gary Stowe 
Nell R. Strickland 
Thomas Strickland 
Thomas Strickland, Jr. 
Geoffery Stuart 
Robert Stuart 
Scott Stuart 
Mildred H. Stutes 
Crysta G. Suite 
Arthur Summers 
Jo H. Summers 
Susan B. Talbert 
Richard Tamura 
Alma Lee B. Tarlton 
Barbara Tarlton 
James Tarlton, Jr. 
Linda Tarlton 
Patti Tarlton 
Rena Tarlton 
Rowena R. Tarlton 
Sandy Tarlton 
Ward Tarlton 
Ward Tarlton, Jr. 
Elizabeth Taylor 
Elizabeth L. Taylor 



H. P. Taylor, Jr. 
Hoyt Taylor, III 
Joyce Taylor 
Lockhart Taylor 
Maggie H. Taylor 
Robert Taylor 
Robert Taylor, Jr. 
R. G. Taylor 
Fred Teal 
Helen W. Teal 
Ruth H. Teal 
Tommy Teal 
Adrienne W. Thomas 
David Thomas, Jr. 
David Thomas, HI 
Dorothy L. Thomas 
Louise H. Thomas 
Mary S. Thompson 
Hazel Tice 
Fred Tillman 
Arnette W. Tolhurst 
Elsie G. Treadaway 
Agnes C. Tucker 
Beverly B. Tucker 
Cornelia W. Tucker 
J. David Tucker 
Frances R. Tucker 
Frank Tucker 
James E. Tucker 
James W. Tucker 
Jeff Tucker 
Leigh Tucker 
Linda D. Tucker 
Myrtle S. Tucker 
Walter Turner 
Pamela H. Turner 
Ola H. Tyner 
James VonCannon 
Mary Alice B. VonCannon 
Rosa L. Wall 
Ann C. Wallace 
Frank Wallace, Jr. 
Wade Wallace 
Hazel L. Walters 
Tommy Walters 
Rachel T. Warren 
Oneta M. Watkins 
Elizabeth S. Watts 
Jennifer Watts 
Julie Watts 
Harold Whitaker 
Margaret L. Whitaker 
Bobby Williams 
Carol M. Williams 
Juanita L. Williams 
Bobby Winfree 
Fannie Winfree 
George Winfree 
Jimmy Winfree 
Julia M. Winfree 
Laney H. Wingate 
Mary Pines C. Wood 
Suzanne M. Wood 
Margaret H. Yokley 



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ADCOCK, BOYCE & HILDA 
JONATHAN SHUE 



ANDERSON, LIN & CAROLL 
RYE, DRU 



ARMSTRONG, CAROLYN 



ARMSTRONG, MACK & 
FRANCES 




ARMSTRONG, MARK W. 



BASS, BILL E. & MARJORIE 



BAUCOM, LONNIE & ANNA 



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BOWERS, DANNY & KENN 
MAGGIE, JILL, DANIEL, WILL 



BRASINGTON, BENJAMIN 
PATSY 
ROBERT, BENJY III 




BRASINGTON, BENJY 
SHARLIA B. RAGAN, 
JANET B. COFFMAN 



BRASINGTON, CLIFF 



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MARTHA 
BRIAN, MATTHEW 



BROWER, CHARLES 

KEN & GAIL HUGG^NS, 

TY & RACHEL BLAKE 



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BROWER, LAURA F. 



BROWER, ROB & NELL 



BRUNEY, SANDRA 



BURNS, GEORGE & MAE 




BURNS, PRESTON & MARY 



BURR, BOBBY & LYNN 



BURR, JOSEPH C. JR. & SUE 



BURR, RICHARD & RENAE 
ASHTON 




CAMPBELL, ANN R. 
ANN, KATY, KYLE 



CAPELL, KERRY & LESLIE 
JEFFREY, BRIAN 




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CAUDLE, JEFF & MICKIE 



CHILDS, MAXINE 




CHRISTIE, DEBRA 
LAURA 



CLARK, ALLEN E. 



CLARK, EUGENIA 



COFFMAN, 
JANET BRASINGTON 



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CONSTANTIAN, R. K. & LIB COOKE, JOHN M. & LOMIE 



COPPEDGE, EMMA 



COVINGTON, JACK & LOU 




COVINGTON, W. DUNLAP & 

ANNE 



COWAN, LINDA 
MISTY 



CRAWFORD, JEFF & 

BETTY ANN 
AMY, JOHN EDWARD 



CURRIE, EDITH 




CURRIE, LUM & RUTH 



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ELLIS, DAN & CINDY 
KELLY, REBECCA, AMY 



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GRAY, MARY JANE 



GREENE, ELWOOD 



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HAMER, MARVIN & LOUISE 



HAMILTON, BOYCE & RUTH 



HAMILTON, E. PAUL & 
CATHERINE 




HANCOCK, NANNIE LOU 



HANNA, ALAN & GAIL 
SANDY, MELANIE, ALISON 



HANNA, EVERETTE & 
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HANNA, WALTER JAKE & 
REBECCA 




HARDISON, WILLIAM & 

SELENE 

WILLIAM JR., LAUREN, 

MARISSA 



HARKEY, KENT & EDNA 

CHANDLER 

ANNA CHRISTIAN 



HASKELL, CHARLES & BETSY 



HASTY, RICHARD , 

PAULETTE 

CHARLIE 




HENDLEY, MARGARET 



HENDLEY, ROSS & SISSY 
LARA, SARAH 



HENLEY, MRS. MARVIN 
(BEULAH) 



HILDRETH, MARGARET 



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HORNE, CHARLES & DIANE 

WESLEY, CHRISTOPHER, 

NICHOLAS 



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HOUGH, T. W. JR. & LOUISE 
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WILL, MARIETTE 



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CARRI, DAVID, ALEX, CHRIS 



JAMES, E. J. & ADGIE 



KELLER, PEGGY O. 
LUCY NASH 



KIKER, PAUL III & 

BARBARA (BJ) 

AUSTIN 




KIKER, YORK 



LEAVITT, HARVEY & VICKIE 



RISER, CHARLES JR. 
"CHUCK" 



LAND, JOHN & ANN 




LIPE, R. A. & GRACE 



LISENBY, MARY BETH 
CHRISTIE, MARK 




LITTLE, BILL & MILLIE 



LITTLE, CHARLES & LUCY 



LITTLE, HENRY W. Ill , 

CYNTHIA 

CARLY, HOLLY 



LANE, CHRIS & MARION 
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MARSH, KATHLEEN 



MARTIN, LILA 



MASEMORE, ANN LITTLE 





MATTHEWS, GEORGE & 
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McBRIDE, J. EDWARD & 
LUCY 



McBRIDE, TOMMY & WANDA McCUISTON, BARRY & JANE 



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MOORE, ANDY & MINNIE LEE 



MOORE, CLAUDE E. & 
ROSEMARYE 



MOORE, JULIA 
DIANE, KATHY 



MORGAN, JAMES R. & 

BRENDA 

KRISTIE, DAVID 




MORRISON, RICHARD & 
CRAFT 
LORA 



MORTON, MRS. WALTER 
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NICHOLSON, JOHN H. Ill & 

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JOHN HARVEY IV, EFFIE 



NIFONG, MARION C. 




ODOM, WILLIAM HARRY & 
MARY 



ODOM, WILLIE P. & CORRIE 



OLMSTEAD, GENE & MAE 



PESCE, ANDY & ELEANOR 




PINKSTON, ROBERT , 
PEGGY 



PRATT, KERMIT & LAURA 



PURYEAR, GEORGE & 

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STEPHEN, KATHERINE, 

ETHAN, ANDREW 



RAGAN, SHARLIA B. 



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KRISTY, ASHLEY 



RATLIFF, ELSIE 



RATLIFFE, RAY 



RATLIFFE, LOUISE 




RATLIFFE, MARSHALL & 

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GRETCHEN 



RAY, FOYE 



RAYFIELD, HUBERT & LOIS 



RIVERS, BOBBY & JANE 
JONATHAN, REBECCA 




ROGERS, MARJORIE 



RORIE, EMMITTE & RUBY 



SAFRIT, LEE & JULIA 
JULIE, JANICE, CHARLIE 



SCHWEITZER, ED & HELEN 




SHORT, HERBERT & LAURA 



SIKES, RUSSELL & JANIS 
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WAYNE 



SMETHIE. WILLIAM & AVIS 



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SNOW, DENNIS & JOSIE STANBACK, BARBARA 



STANBACK, GRACE 



STANBACK, PICKETT & 
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STEPHENS, E. L. & CAROLYN 



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TARLTON, BARBARA R. 



TARLTON, JAMES B. JR. 



TARLTON, RANDY 



TARLTON, SANDY 



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TARLTON, WARD JR. & 

DARLENE 

GERALD, LINDSAY 



TARLTON, WARD G. & 
ROWENA 



TAYLOR, BOB & MAGGIE 



TEAL, FRED & HELEN 




THOMPSON, H. MASON & 
MARY 



TICE, HAZEL 



TREADWAY, ELSIE 



TUCKER, BEVERLY 
LEIGH, ELIZABETH 




TUCKER, FANNIE 



TUCKER, FRANK & AGNES TUCKER, JIM & CORNELIA 



TUCKER, LINDA 
DAVID, JEFF 




TUCKER, MYRTLE 







TURNER, WALTER R. & 
PAMELA 



VONCANNON, JAMES , 
MARY ALICE 



WARREN, RACHEL 



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WATKINS, ONETA 



WATTS, GEORGE & 

ELIZABETH 
JENNIFER, JULIE 



WILLIAMS, BOBBY & CAROL 
JUSTIN 



WILLIAMS, JUANITA 




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BOWERS, DIANE 



BOWERS, JOYCE ANN 



CRAWFORD, JOHN & GINA 




HANNA, DAVIS 



HORNE, KENNETH & MIRIAM 



INGRAM, JOHN & PATRICIA 
JENNY, CARTER 



LANG, ESTHER A. 



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LANDIS 



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MOLARO, ALLEN & VICKIE 
PHILLIP, ALICIA 



OLMSTEAD, GENE JR. 




POTTER, JOHN & ELSIE 



SCHWEITZER, MICHAEL & 
KATHY 



SUITE, CRYSTA GRAY 




TILLMAN, FRED 




WHITAKER, HAROLD . 
MARGARET 



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FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH, WADESBORO, NC 

FAMILY ROSTER 



ADCOCK, Boyce & Hilda 
Jonathan Shue 
308 Breslin St. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-6855 

ALEXANDER, Earl & Harriet 
Rt. 3, Box 30 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-3271 



ALLEN, Libby 
Rt. 2, Box 96 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 



694-5664 



ALLEN, Mrs. R. P. (Elizabeth) 
Rt. 2, Box 96 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-5664 

ANDERSON, Olin Jr. (Lin) & 
Carroll; Rye, Dru 
1216 Morven Rd. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-2726 

ARMSTRONG, Carolyn 
1242 St. Julian St. 
Charlotte, NC 
28205 376-3343 

ARMSTRONG, Mack & Frances 
207 Hall St. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-2719 

ARMSTRONG, Mark 
1242 St. Julian St. 
Charlotte, NC 
28205 376-3343 

AUBRY, William (Bill) & Sara 
1216 Shannon Dr. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-2255 

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BARNES, Terry & Debbie 
3250 Buffaloe Rd. 
Clayton, NC 

27520 



BAUCOM, John & Terri 
Nikki, Katie, John 
Allen Dr., P.O. Box 1407 
Marshville, NC 
28103 624-5558 

BAUCOM, Lonnie & Anna 
DeAhn, Nicole, Samantha 
105 Brent St. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-5981 

BENTON, Henry Jr. 
US Element, Live Oak 
APO NY, NY 
09055 

BEVERLY, Clyde Jr. 
707 Peach St. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-3859 

BEVERLY, Eli 

Rt. 2, Box 79 
Mt. Gilead, NC 
27306 

BEVERLY, Morris III & Suzanne 

254 School St. #2 
Somerville, MA 
02145 

BIAS, William (Bill) & Doris 
211 Williamsburg Ln. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-2769 

BILLINGSLEY, Willard (Bill) & 
Edith 

302 E. Morgan St. 
Wadesboro, NC 

28170 694-3496 

BLALOCK, David & Laura 

303 W. Wade St. 
Wadesboro, NC 

28170 694-2391 

BOWERS, Benton & Margaret 
1901 Club Rd. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-2712 

BOWERS, Daniel Jr. (Danny) & 
Kennedy (Kenn); Daniel, Will, 
Jill, Maggie 
421 Lee Ave. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-9089 



BOWERS, Joyce Ann 
172 Turnwood Ln. 
Winston-Salem, NC 
27104 

BRALY, Paul & Sally 
404 Old Fox Tr. 
Durham, NC 
27713 

BRASINGTON, B. C. (Cliff) 
602 Woodland Dr. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-3576 

BRASINGTON, B. C. Ill (Benjy) 
147 Lennox Dr. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-2777 

BRASINGTON, B. C. Jr. (Benjy) 
& Patsy; Robert 
147 Lennox Dr. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-2777 

BRASWELL, Mrs. S. C. 
(Elizabeth) 
215 Morven Rd. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-3655 



BRASWELL, Tim 

215 Morven Rd. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 



BROWER, Charles 
Rt. 3, Box 21 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 



694-3655 



694-4253 



BROWER, Miss Laura 
Rt. 3, Box 20 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-4294 

BROWER, Robert (Rob) & Nell 
Chesterfield Rd., P.O. Box 136 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-4254 

BROWER, William 
P.O. Box 1579 
Pawleys Island, SC 
29585 



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BRUNEY, James & Sandra 
Robbie, Geoffrey, Scott Stuart 
104 Lakeview Dr. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-5211 

BURNS, Allen & Joyce 
Rt. 1, Box 191 
Polkton, NC 
28135 

BURNS, George & Mae 
1313 Morven Rd. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-2565 

BURNS, James Jr. (Jim) 
812 Burns St. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-2779 

BURNS, Mrs. James (Frances) 
812 Burns St. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-2779 

BURNS, Preston & Mary 
205 Woodside Dr. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-4391 

BURNS, Sammy 
Rt. 1, Box 283 
West Jefferson, NC 
28694 

BURR, Joseph (Joe) & Sue 
418 S. Lansford Dr. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-2239 

BURR, Joseph Jr. (Joey) & Sheila 
Tiffany Kay 
Rt. 2, Box 10 
Peachland, NC 
28133 272-7038 

BURR, Richard & Renae 
Ashton Nicole 
1004 Pecan St. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-9569 

BURR, Robert (Bobby) & Lynn 
Rt. 2, Box 170 
Albemarle, NC 
28001 (704) 983-9385 

BURROWS, Sam & Dottie 
Gordon McGirt 
1213 Gatehouse Dr. 
Cary, NC 
27511 



CAPEL, William (Bill) & Evelyn 
Morven Rd., P.O. Box 215 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-2229 

CAPEL, William Jr. (Bill) 
Rt. 1, Morven, NC 
Mail received at: P.O. Box 919 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-5032 

CAPELL, Kerry & Leslie 
Jeffrey, Brian 
102 Lodge Tr. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-5547 

CAPPS, Johnnie & Debbie 
Christie Coates, Laura 
1810 Sand Crest Dr. 
Rockingham, NC 
28479 (919) 895-9760 

CAUDLE, Jeff & Michele 
(Mickie) 
513 N. Greene 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-9265 

CAUDLE, Nelson & Cornelia 
Rt. 1 

Peachland, NC 
28133 

CHANDLER, Ann 

2716-G Dorchester PI. 
Elmhurst Apts. 
Charlotte, NC 
28209 

CHANDLER, John Jr. & Daisy 
1402 Shannon Dr. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-5054 

CHILDS, Wade & Maxine 
517 Morven Rd. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-6476 

CHRISTIE, Bryant 
600 LaFayette Blvd. 
Wilmington, DE 
19801 

CHRISTIE, Mrs. Catherine 
204 Lennox Dr. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-2521 



CHRISTIE, Kenneth & Debra 
Laura, Paul Ryan 
503 Leak Ave. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-5792 

CLARK, Allen 
412 White Store Rd. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-4201 

CLARK, Allen & Eugenia 
412 White Stone Rd. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-4201 

CLAYTON, Ray 
210 Hall St. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-4305 

CLOUD, Mrs. Peggy 
327 Breslin St. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-2628 

COCKMAN, Kinsey & Becky 
Rachel 

3702 Bobwhite Circle 
Monroe, NC 
28110 (704) 233-9563 

COGGIN, Mrs. H. B. (Lettie) 
212 Leak Ave. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-3997 

CONSTANTIAN, R. K. (Dick) & 
Elizabeth (Lib) 
Woodlawn Ave., P.O. Box 677 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-3570 

CONSTANTIAN, R. K. Jr. 

(Chip) 

220 Westchase Dr. 

Charleston, SC 

29407 

CONSTANTIAN, Ms. Sara 
710 Bankhead Rd. 
Denver, NC 
28037-9303 

COOKE. Chauncey 
93 W. Ocean Blvd. 
Ocean Isle Beach, NC 
28450 

COOKE. John & Lomie Lou 
910 Basilwild Dr. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-2888 



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COOKE, John Jr. 
93 W. Ocean Blvd. 
Ocean Isle Beach, NC 
28450 

COOKE, Stuart 
93 W. Ocean Blvd. 
Ocean Isle Beach, NC 
28450 

COPPEDGE, Mrs. A. C. (Emma) 
624 West Ave. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-2850 

CORNWELL, Milton Jr. & 
Nancy 

403 Park Rd., P.O. Box 919 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-2511 

COVINGTON, Cindy 
7111 BexhillRd. 
Baltimore, MD 
21207 

COVINGTON, Dunlap (Dunny) 
& Ann 

630 West Ave. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-4343 

COVINGTON, Fred & Vickie 
1826 Abbott Ave. 
Anniston, AL 
36201-2256 

COVINGTON, J. J. (Jack) & Lou 
300 Highland Dr. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-3379 

COVINGTON, Mrs. J. M. Jr. 
(Imogene-Jinks) 
507 Morven Rd. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-3497 

COWAN, Ms. Linda 
711 West Ave. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-5910 

COWAN, Misty 
711 West Ave. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-5910 

COX, Michael 
412 Lakeview Dr. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 



CRAWFORD, Jeff Jr. & 

Betty Ann; Amy, John Edward 

112 Trexler Dr. 

Wadesboro, NC 

28170 694-5760 

CRAWFORD, John & Gina 
711 S. Pine Ln. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-4448 

CROWELL, Jeff & Patricia 
806 S. Pine Ln. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-5422 

CURRIE, Mrs. F. H. (Edith) 
903 E. Wade St. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-3840 

CURRIE, Lum & Ruth 

510 N. Green St. 

Wadesboro, NC 

28170 694-2357 

D 

DANIELS, Mrs. W. J. 
(Minnie Lou) 
803 Demingwood St. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-2968 

DARLING, Peter & Becky 
Kate, Samuel 
Burnt Hill Rd. 
Warren, NH 

03278 

DAVENPORT, Dale & Mary 
1155 Kidville Rd. 
Denver, NC 
28037 

DAVIS, Miss Jennie Lee 
Wadesboro Nursing Home 
P.O. Box 658 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 



DAVIS, Pines 
607 Lee Ave. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 



DAVIS, Robert Jr. 
515 Camden Rd. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 



694-3597 



694-2740 



DAVIS, Robert (Bob) & Lula Ann 
515 Camden Rd. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-3597 



DAVIS, Thomas Jr. (Ted) 
Sally, Amanda 
225 Moore's Lake Rd. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-5503 

DEEN, Floyd & Judith (Judy) 
Jason, Candi, Julie 
506 Lee Ave., P.O. Box 1091 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-2808 

DEESE, Troy & Patricia 
Cynthia 

Rt. 1, Box 191-A 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-5604 

DUNLAP, Miss Sara Virginia 
Hamilton Rd. 
Glenn Lennox Apt. 172 
Chapel Hill, NC 
28514 



E 



ELIUM, Dr. Ruth 

Burns St., P.O. Drawer 281 

Wadesboro, NC 

28170 694-4610 

ESTWANIK, Joseph III & Janice 
1925 Clematis Rd. 
Charlotte, NC 
28211 (704) 366-5135 



FOGLEMAN, Mrs. L. H. 
(Jennings) 
202 E. Morgan St. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-2558 

FORBES, Earnest & Pat 
Eric, Felix 
Rt. 2, Box 2 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-4444 

FORD, Mrs. Lucile 
Wadesboro Nursing Home 
P.O. Box 658 
Wadesboro, NC 

28170 



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FORREST, Ted & Dora Bennet 
Mason, Conner 
10611 Gleneagle PI. 
Louisville, KY 
40223 

FREEMAN, Tommy & Nancy 
Ben, Mark, Katy 
222 Leak Ave. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-9432 

FRY, David & Connie 
1954 Walnut Way Dr. 
St. Louis, MO 
63146 

G 

GADDY, Mrs. Eugene (Ada) 
217 White Stone Rd. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-6966 

GADDY, Mrs. Frank (Eula) 
102-A Brent St. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-4571 

GADDY, Ray & Mary Beth 
Christie & Mark Lisenby 
400 W. Wade St. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-5083 

GADDY, Mrs. Tom (Mary) 
1501 Center St. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-4256 

GADDY, Mrs. Wade (Mary Neal) 
Rt. 3, Box 23 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-4543 



GATHINGS, Gable 
405 W. Morgan St. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 



694-3484 



GATHINGS, John Edgar (Eddie) 
& Melissa 
405 W. Morgan St. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-3484 

GILLIAM, Henry & Ann 
1227 Kingston Ridge Rd. 
Cary, NC 
28511 



GILLIS, Herman & Elsie 

310 W. Wade St., P.O. Box 107 

Wadesboro, NC 

28170 694-2469 

GODWIN, Carey & Becky 
614 Morven Rd. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-4244 

GODWIN, Sandy & Cathy 
2676 Wispering Pines Ct. 
Decatur, GA 
30033 

GORDON, Bennett Jr. & Cecelia 
206 Morven Rd. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-2792 

GORDON, Mrs. Bernice 
611 E. Wade St. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-3154 

GRAVES, Mrs. Callie 
611 E. Wade St. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-3492 

GRAY, Mrs. Donald (Mary Jane) 
208 Park Rd. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-4481 

GRAY, Miss Edna 

Lillie Bennett Nursing Center 
P.O. Box 699 

Wadesboro, NC 
28170 

GRAY, Mrs. George (Juliette) 
415 Leak Ave. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-5480 

GRAY, John Edgar Jr. & Miriam 

527 N. Washington St. 

Wadesboro, NC 

28170 694-2052 



GRAY, John III 
1100 Camden Rd. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 



694-5616 



GREENE, Elwood 
426 White Store Rd. 
P.O. Box 529 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-4671 



GREENE, Elwood Jr. 
Vickie, Kelly 

1404 Center St., P.O. Box 865 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-5427 

GRIGGS, Rohn & Kelly 
601 Carol St. 
Charlotte, NC 
28214 



H 

HALLMAN, Speed & Susan 
Rt. 2, Box 341-A 
Boone, NC 
28607 



HAM, Mrs. Mary 
302 E. Wade St. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 



694-3565 



HAMER, Marvin & Louise 
404 S. Greene St. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-5909 



HAMER, Phillip 
Rt. 2, Box 38-A 
Peachland, NC 
28133 



272-7159 



HAMILTON, Boyce & Ruth 
1918 Woodlawn Ave. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-4259 

HANCOCK, Miss Nannie Lou 
102 Brent St. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-2388 

HANNA, Alan & Gail 
Sandy Higgenbotham, 
Melanie, Alison 
Rt. 4, Box 393 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-6964 

HANNA, Ms. Davis 
9617 Great Hills Tr. #1413 
Austin, TX 
78759 

HANNA, Everette & Cherrie 
1414 Center St. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-4907 



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HANNA, W. W. (Jake) & 
Rebecca (Becky) 
1408 Morven Rd. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-4255 

HANNA, W. W. Jr. (Jakie) 
4000 Kingscote Circle 
Charlotte, NC 
28226 

HARDISON, Lawson 

Kim 

P.O. Box 246 

Morven, NC 

28119 851-3246 

HARDISON, William (Bill) & 
Selene; William Jr., Lauren, 
Marissa 

213 Burnsville St. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-4679 

HASKELL, Charles & Betsy 
802 Burns St. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-3332 

HASKELL, Eric 

1025 Dockside Rd., Apt. 9 

Huntsville. AL 

35824 

HASTY, Richard (Ricky) & 
Paulette; Charlie 
319 Breslin St. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-5293 

HENDLEY, Mrs. A. E. 

(Margaret) 

Wadesboro Nursing Home 

P.O. Box 685 

Wadesboro, NC 

28170 

HENDLEY, Ross & Miriam 
(Sissy); Lara, Sarah 
314 Goldmine Rd. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-3235 

HENLEY, Mrs. Marvin (Beulah) 
Lillie Bennett Nursing Center 
P.O. Box 699 

Wadesboro, NC 
28170 

HILDRETH, Mrs. Cindy 
Rt. 3, Box 21 -A 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 



HILDRETH, Mrs. Thurston 
(Margaret) 
Rt. 3, Box 21-A 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-4249 

HILL, Misses Julia & Louise 
1117 Barrington St. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-4345 

HILL, Risden 

#1 Rocky Brook Tr. Ct. 

Carrboro, NC 

38510 

HODGES, Bernard (Bernie) 
Moore's Dr., P.O. Box 308 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-3768 

HODGES, Harry Jr. & Nancy 
Moore's Dr., P.O. Box 308 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-3768 

HODGES, Nancy 
117 Crestwood Dr. 
Birmingham, AL 
35213 

HOOKS, Robert & Martha 
c/o Allen Clark 
412 White Store Rd. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 

HORNE, Charles (Chuck) & 
Diane; Wesley, Christopher, 
Nicholas 
116 Lennox Dr. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-5593 

HORNE, Claude & Mabel 
Lakeview Dr. 

Mail-108 S. Rutherford St. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-3489 

HORNE, Kenneth & Miriam 
West Ave. Ext 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-3891 

HORNE, Kenneth (Kenny) & 
Jane; Ashley 
133 Lennox Dr. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-5819 



HORTON, Miss Hilda 
1029 Moore's Lake Rd. 
Apt. 14-B 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-4232 

HOUGH, T. W. Jr. (Woody) & 
Louise; Catharine, Julia 
609 Morven Rd. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-4990 

HOUGH, Thomas & Georgia 
(Biddy) 
216 Park Ave. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-9422 

HOWARD, Douglas & Kathryn 
Garner 

5110 Enchanted Timbers 
Humble, TX 

77346 

HOWELL, Miss Dovie 
Wadesboro Nursing Home 
P.O. Box 658 

Wadesboro, NC 
28170 

HUNTLEY, Billy (Shine) & 
Elizabeth (Lib) 
424 E. Wade St. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-4547 

HUNTLEY, Brown III (Brownie) 
1306 Lord Anson Dr. 
P.O. Box 581 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-4548 

HUNTLEY, Mrs. Brown Jr. 
(Helen) 

1306 Lord Anson Dr. 
P.O. Box 581 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-4548 

HUNTLEY, Charles Jr. 
Rt. 4 

Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-6619 

HUNTLEY, Mrs. Charles 
(Nancy) 

204 Breslin St., P.O. Box 931 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-3110 



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HUNTLEY, Mrs. Claude (Valeta) 
Wadesboro Nursing Home 
P.O. Box 658 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 

HUNTLEY, Mrs. Dot 
Rt. 4, Box 255 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-3528 

HUNTLEY, Edmund (Ed) & 
Joan (Tot) 

Highland Dr., P.O. Box 796 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-3183 

HUNTLEY, Harry & Bettie 
214 Park Ave. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-4654 

HUNTLEY, Henry Jr. & Ruby 
Hwy. 109 S., P.O. Box 788 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-4009 

HUNTLEY, James (Jim) 
Rt. 4, Box 255 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-3528 

HUNTLEY, Joe & Sandy 
Justin 

300 Nottingham Way 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-3125 

HUNTLEY, Kenneth (Kenny) & 
Marilee; William Jr. (Will), 
Mariette 
131 Lennox Dr. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-3740 

HUNTLEY, Lisa 
Ridgewood Apt. H7 
Carrboro, NC 
27510 

HUNTLEY, Robert & Evalyn 
510 W. Wade St. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-2096 

HUNTLEY, Thomas (Tommy) & 
Ross; Thomas Jr. 
209 Woodside Dr. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-3788 

HUNTLEY, William III (Billy) 

525 N. Washington St. 

Wadesboro, NC 

28170 694-6563 



HUNTLEY, Mrs. Wilson (Sarah) 
1112 White Store Rd. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-3734 

HURST, James Jr. (Jim) 
Caroline 

5550 S.W. Jean St. 
Lake Oswego, OR 
97035 

HURST, Mrs. James 
(Harleston-Harlie) 
1409 Berry St. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 



694-3757 



INGRAM, Mrs. Oscar (Kate) 
2502 Delwood Dr. 
Greensboro, NC 
28408 

J 

JACKSON, Alan, Pam 
Alex, Laura 
503 Lee Ave. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-4271 

JACKSON, Christopher (Chris) 
& Cathy 

314 S. Greene St. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-9258 

JACKSON, David & Janet 
Rt. 1, Box 409 
Morven, NC 
28119 851-9656 

JAMES, Barry & Brenda 
Amanda 

103 Beaver Creek 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-4268 

JAMES, E. J. & Adgie 
Rt. 4, Box 194 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-3961 

JARRELL, Mrs. John (Stella) 
619 E. Wade St. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-3442 

JASMIN, James (Jim) & Mary 
208 Park Ave., P.O. Box 1137 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-3893 



JENKINS, Walter III (Butch) & 
Nancy; Walt 
Biscoe, NC 
27209 

JOHNSON, John & Carol 
Rt. 1, Box 31 
Polkton, NC 
28135 694-5415 



JOHNSON, John Jr. 
Rt. 1, Box 31 
Polkton, NC 
28135 



694-5415 



JONES, Marion & Carol 
Lauren 

110 Mountain Crest Dr. 
Taylors, SC 
29687 

K 

KELLER, Mrs. Peggy 
214 White Store Rd. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-5327 

KIKER, Paul Jr. 

Chesterfield Rd., P.O. Box 326 

Wadesboro, NC 

28170 694-3272 

KIKER, Paul III & Barbara (BJ) 
Austin 

102 Lodge Tr. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-9157 



KIKER, Miss York 
620 West Ave. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 



694-3293 



KIKER, Miss York 
1020 W. Peace St. 
T-3 Raleigh Apts. 
Raleigh, NC 
27605 (919) 833-4165 

KISER, Charles (Bobby) 

Elizabethan Gardens Rest Home 
1812 New Town Rd. 
Monroe, NC 
28110 

KISER, Charles Jr. (Chuck) 
312 W. Wade St. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-3366 



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KNIGHT, Kenny & Robin 
Diane, William 
1112 Center St. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-9733 



LAND, John & Ann 
Taunya, Lisa 
210 Park Road 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-2001 

LANG, Mrs. Esther (Associate) 
711 S. Pine Ln. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-4448 

LEAVITT, Harvey III & Vickie 
1300 Shannon Dr. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-3761 

LEAVITT, H. H. Jr. (Harvey) 
White Store Rd., P.O. Box 274 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-3771 

LIM, Ben & Judy 
655 East Ridge Rd. 
Salisbury, NC 
28144 

LINEBERRY, Mrs. J. F. 
(Virginia) 
714 E. Wade St. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-4377 

LIPE, R. A. Jr. & Grace 
Sunset Dr., P.O. Box 148 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-3962 

LISENBY, Mrs. Mary Beth 
Christie, Mark 
400 West Wade Street 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-5083 

LISENBY, Thomas 
Summerlake Dr. 
Concord, NC 
28025 

LITAKER, Charles & Gail 
Katie, Chuck, Emily 
410 Lee Ave. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-4920 



LITTLE, Allen 

Rt. 5, Box 38, Hasty Rd. 
Laurinburg, NC 
28353 

LITTLE, Charles & Lucy 
701 Morven Rd. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-4492 

LITTLE, Henry III & Cynthia 
Carly, Holly 
Rt. 4, Box 420-A 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-6293 

LITTLE, Mrs. H. W. Jr. 
(Mary Louise) 
609 S. Green St. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-2797 

LITTLE, Mrs. Thomas 
(Catharine) 
206 Rose Terrace 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-3192 

LITTLE, William II (Bill) & 
Millie 

612 S. Green St. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-3362 

LITTLE, William III & Rhonda 
Ashley 

411 Morven Rd. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-3259 

LONG, Mrs. James Jr. (Nancy) 
1001 Reynolda Rd. 
Winston-Salem, NC 
27104 (919) 724-3379 

LORBACHER, Ms. Linda 
5401 Apt. 210 
Quail Creek Court 
Raleigh, NC 
27609 

LOWE, John & Betty (Bet) 
509 Lee Ave. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-3054 

LOWE, Kent & Phyllis 
Kenneth Thomas 
1208 Center St. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-9788 



LOWE, Mark & Janet 
Garrett 

610 Wanoka Circle 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-3435 

LOWE, Spencer & Margaret 
109 Shelton Circle 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-6775 

M 

MANER, Andrew (Andy) & 
Georgia; Drew, Ashley 
5541 Sharon View Rd. 
Charlotte, NC 
28215 (704) 364-0653 

MANER, Miss Elizabeth 
The Methodist Home 
3420 Shamrock Dr. 
Charlotte, NC 
28215 (704) 535-2025 

MANER, Fleetwood & Sally 
708 Morven Rd. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-2970 

MARSH, Fred Ross & Clara 
Rt. 3, Box 315 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-2826 

MARSH, Herman & Annie Ruth 
1416 Morven Rd. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-2974 

MARSH, Mrs. P. P. (Kathleen) 

219 Brent St. 
Wadesboro, NC 

28170 694-3791 

MARSH, Sammy 
3805 Coleberry Tr. 
Rocky Mount, NC 
27804 

MARSH, Stanley 
1808 Beech St. 
Kenova, WV 
25530 

MARTIN, Mrs. Earl (Lila) 
1115 Barrington St. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-4652 

MASEMORE, Miss Ann Little 

220 Leak Ave. 
Wadesboro, NC 

28170 694-3797 



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MATHEWS, David (Dave) & 
Barbara; Doug, Mandy 
1107 Shannon Dr. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-4647 

MATTHEWS, George & Louise 
112 E. Wade St., P.O. Box 250 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-2624 

MATTHEWS, James Kip & 
Kimberly 

1621 Southshire Lane 
Knoxville, TN 
37922 

MATTHEWS, Mike 
725 Park Ave. 
Kent, OH 
44240 

MATTOCKS, Steve & Lisa 
3614 Oates Dr. 
Raleigh, NC 
27604 

MCBRIDE, Edward (Ed) & Lucy 
507 N. Greene St. 
P.O. Box 495 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-4691 

MCBRIDE, Tommy & Wanda 
2912 Pioneer Tr. 
Winston-Salem, NC 
27016 

MCCUISTON, Barry & Jane 
Rt. 3, Box 53 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-9018 

MCLEAN, Michael & Anne 
Emilia Jane, Elizabeth Foye 
P.O. Box 355 

Liberty, NC 
27298 

MEDLEY, Miss Mary Louise 
Wesley Nursing Center 
3700 Shanrock Dr. 
Charlotte, NC 
28215 

MITCHELL, Mrs. Peggy 
314 Breslin St. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 

MOLARO, Allen & Vickie 
Phillip, Alicia 
Rt. 2 - Box 155 
Peachland, NC 
28133 694-3554 



MOLARO, John 
107 Davis St. 
Chesterfield, SC 
29709 

MOORE, Andrew (Andy) & 
Minnie Lee 
1103 White Store Rd. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-2538 

MOORE, Mrs. Bernard (Aliene) 
502 N. Green St., P.O. Box 365 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-3464 

MOORE, Mrs. Bryan (Jane) 
Pine Hill 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-2695 

MOORE, Claude & Rosemarye 
(Rose) 

804 Morven Rd. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-4724 

MOORE, Diane 
900 Briarwood Dr. 
Wadesboro. NC 
28170 694-4665 

MOORE, Kathy 
210 Jinnilyn 
Cheraw, SC 
29520 

MOORE, Miss Nelline 
Wadesboro Nursing Home 
P.O. Box 658 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 

MOORE, Mrs. W. H. (Julia) 
900 Briarwood Dr. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-4665 

MORGAN, James Ralph & 
Brenda; Kristie, David 
303 Breslin St. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-9894 

MORRIS, Richard (Dickie) 

102 N. Cedar St. 
N. Myrtle Beach, SC 
29582 

MORRISON, Richard & Craft 
Lora, William 
1 George St. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-2816 



MORTON, Mrs. Walter (Ruth) 
818 Basilwild Dr. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-2832 

MURPHY, Linda 
2255 Middle Dr. 
Spartanburg, SC 
29302 

MURPHY, Michael 
Rt. 1, Box 139-C 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 



826-8026 



MURPHY, Richard (Dick) & 
Madeliene 
Rt. 1, Box 139-C 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 826-8026 

MURPHY, Richard Jr. 
714 Keighly Ct. 
Winston-Salem, NC 
27104 

MURRAY, Mrs. A. M. (Bernice) 
209 Little St. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-2661 

MYERS, Alan 
1960 Vista Rd. 
Fort Mill, SC 
29715 

MYERS, David & Barbara 
704 Saybrook Circle 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-5240 

N 

NASH, David 
214 White Store Rd. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-5527 

NEWKIRK, Arthur 
White Store Rd., P.O. Box 764 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 

NICHOLSON, John III & 
Corinne; John Harvey IV, Effie 
602 S. Greene St. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-6384 

NIFONG, Mrs. Moody (Marion) 
414 Lee Ave. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-2793 



NOLAN, Vincent & 
Mary Lambeth 
Alison, Catharine 
2201 Admiral Circle 
Virginia Beach, VA 
23451 

NORTHCUTT, Charles 
P.O. Box 10524 
Southport, NC 
28461 

NORTHCUTT, David 
P.O. Box 10524 
Southport, NC 
28461 

O 

ODOM, Charles Jr. 
603 Magnolia St. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 



694-9572 



ODOM, L. L. Ill & Mickie 
811 Demingwood St. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-3174 



ODOM, Mack 
603 Magnolia St. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 



694-9572 



ODOM, William Harry & Mary 
606 Woodland Dr. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-2978 



ODOM, Willie III 
Cathy, Scott 
212 Wheeler St. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 



694-3250 



ODOM, Willie Jr. & Corrie 
214 Wheeler St. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-2203 

OLMSTEAD, Gene & Mae 
P.O. Box 96 
Lilesville, NC 
28091-0096 848-8102 

OLMSTEAD, Murray & 
Stephanie 
P.O. Box 96 
Lilesville, NC 
28091 848-8102 



PADGETT, Mrs. Anna 
612 Morven Rd. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-4222 

PESCE, Armando (Andy) & 
Eleanor 

Lakeview Dr., P.O. Box 547 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-2827 

PHILLIPS, Tommy & Monica 
601 Lee Ave. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-6871 

PINKSTON, Michael 
P.O. Box 91951 
Anchorage, AK 
99509 

PINKSTON, Pamela (Pam) 
P.O. Box 5338 
Portland, ME 
04101 

PINKSTON, Randy 

7758 Matthews-Mint Hill Rd. 

Mint Hill, NC 

28212 

PINKSTON, Robert (Teeny) & 
Peggy; Todd 
111 Lennox Dr. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-2791 

POTTER, John Jr. & Elsie 
1408 Berry St. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-4365 

POWERS, Neill & Ellie 
4821 Pinedale Blvd. 
Carolina Pines 
Lumberton, NC 
28358 

PRATT, Kermit & Laura 
715 Morven Rd. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-2455 

PURYEAR, George & Rebecca 
(Becky); Steve, Kathy, 
Ethan, Andrew 
408 W. Wade St. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-4518 



R 

RATLIFF, Mrs. Blake (Elsie) 
502 Leak Ave. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-3258 

RATLIFF, Mrs. E. B. (Mae) 
220 Woodside Dr. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-9485 

RATLIFF, Ray & Ruth 
213 Leak Ave. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-4340 

RATLIFFE, Marshall Jr. & 
Claudia; Gretchen 
500 White Store Rd. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-4636 

RATLIFFE, Marshall Plyde 
9724 Manus Court 
Charlotte, NC 
28105 

RATLIFFE, Mrs. M. C. (Louise) 
704 White Store Rd. 
P.O. Box 401 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-2373 



RAY, Mrs. Foye 
102 Rose Terrace 
P.O. Box 1254 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 



694-5993 



RAY, Marshall & Diane 
515 N. Washington St. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-4747 

RAY, William (Ray) 
Rt. 4, Box 306 
Pine Bluff Apts. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 

RAYFIELD, Hubert & Lois 
1400 Morven Rd. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-3640 

REMBISZ, Douglas & Carrie 
Douglas Jr., Andrew, Daniel 
349 Eddie St. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-5075 



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RIVERS, Robert (Bobby) & Jane 
Jonathan, Rebecca 
721 Demingwood St. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 

ROBINSON, Mrs. C. P. 

(Hannah) 

Cypress Glen Methodist Home 

100 Hickory St. 

Greenville, NC 

28858 

ROGEL, Todd & Mary Bryan 
5418 Wayne St. 
Raleigh, NC 
27606 

ROGERS, Mrs. James (Marjorie) 
Lakeview Dr., P.O. Box 612 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-6139 

ROGERS, Richard 
Lakeview Dr., P.O. Box 612 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-6139 

ROPER, Richard Jr. 
11783 Sunset Blvd. #22 
Los Angeles, CA 
90049 

RORIE, Emmitte & Ruby 
113 Shelton Circle 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-3820 

RORIE, Gerald & Pat 
Angela 

Rt. 3, Box 285-A 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-5924 

ROSS, George Jr. 
5221 Little Water Ln. 
Las Vegas, NV 
89108 

RYWAK, Peter & Eloise 
511 Morven Rd. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-3762 



SARGENT, E. R. (Al) & Edna 
606 Wanoke Circle 
P.O. Box 424 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-2278 



SCARBORO, Donovan (Bill) 
Veteran's Home 
P.O. Box 396 

Mountain Home, TN 
37684 

SCHNITKNER, Detmar & Julie 
Darling Ctr. Maine Lab 
University of Maine 
Walpole, ME 
95673 

SCHWEITZER, Edward & Helen 
235 Highland Dr. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-4808 

SCHWEITZER, Michael & Kathy 
P.O. Box 2182 
Boone, NC 
28607 

SHORT, Alan 
Rt. 1, Box 405 
Morven, NC 
28119 

SHORT, Herbert & Laura 
1903 Club Rd. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-2231 

SIKES, Ralph Jr. & Melissa 
Rt. 2, Box 303-C 
Polkton, NC 
28135 272-7592 

SIKES, Russell & Janis 
Hope 

401 Nottingham Way 
P.O. Box 268 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-9066 

SIMMONS, McDonald (Mack) & 
Wayne 

211 Leak Ave. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-4753 

SMETHIE, William (Bill) & Avis 
831 Burns St., P.O. Box 657 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-2657 

SNOW, Dennis & Josie 
P.O. Box 801 

Morven, NC 

28119 851-3246 

STANBACK, George II 
707 Morven Rd. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-3973 



STANBACK, Pickett & Annabel 
707 Morven Rd. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-3973 

STANBACK, Mrs. Thomas 
(Grace) 

1714 Morven Rd. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-3975 

STEFFY, Mrs. Mary 

Wadesboro Nursing Home 
P.O. Box 658 

Wadesboro, NC 

28170 

STEPHENS, E. L. (Tebo) & 
Carolyn 

1400 Center St., P.O. Box 717 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-3245 

STEPHENSON. Mrs. P. D. 

(Lucy) 

514 N. Greene St. 

Wadesboro, NC 

28170 694-2572 

STILES, Ronnie 
P.O. Box 5832 
Surfside Beach, SC 
29587-5832 

STOWE, Gary 
132 Hillcrest Dr. 
Florence, SC 
29501 

STRICKLAND, Thomas & Nell 
Rt. 4, Box 412-C 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-2923 

STRICKLAND, Thomas Jr. 
2107-C Lee Ave. 
Sanford, NC 
27330 

STUART, Robbie (See Bruney) 
Scott, Geoffrey 
104 Lakeview Dr. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-5211 

STUTES, Chad & Mitzi 
Rt. 1, Box 16AA 
Lake Toxaway, NC 
28747 

SUITE, Mrs. Crysta 
208 Park Road 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-4481 






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SUMMERS, Arthur & Jo 
West Ave., P.O. Box 505 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-2889 



TALBERT, Robert & Susan 
234 N. Fifth St. 
Albemarle, NC 
28001 (704) 982-3908 

TAMURA, Richard 
205 W. Wade St., Apt. 7 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 

TARLTON, Barbara 
1910 Club Rd. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 



694-3648 



TARLTON, Mrs. Bryce 
(Alma Lee) 
416 White Stone Rd. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-3448 

TARLTON, James Jr. (Jim) 
416 White Store Rd. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-3448 

TARLTON, Linda 

7T Rector St. - The Meadows 

Asheville, NC 

28806 

TARLTON, Patti 
5926 Scalybark Rd. 
Durham, NC 
27712 

TARLTON, Rena 
5926 Scalybark Rd. 
Durham, NC 

27712 

TARLTON, Sandy 
416 White Store Rd. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-3448 

TARLTON, Ward & Rowena 
1910 Club Rd. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-3648 

TARLTON, Ward Jr. & Darlene 
Gerald, Lindsay 
Rt. 3, Box 312-J 
Oxford, NC 
27565 



TAYLOR, Elizabeth (Beth) 
P.O. Box 736 
Carmel, CA 
93921 

TAYLOR, H. P. Jr. (Pat) & 
Elizabeth (Lib) 
210 Park Ave. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-2093 

TAYLOR, Hoyt III 
210 Park Ave. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-2093 

TAYLOR, Joyce 
Rt. 2, Box 162-A 
Peachland, NC 
28133 694-4584 

TAYLOR, Lockart 
210 Park Ave. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-2093 

TAYLOR, R. G. & Anne 
712 Old Lilesville Rd. 
P.O. Box 485 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-2885 

TAYLOR, Robert (Bob) & 
Maggie 

Rt. 2, Box 162-A 
Peachland, NC 
28133 694-4584 

TAYLOR, Robert Jr. 
Rt. 2, Box 162-A 
Peachland, NC 
28133 694-4584 

TEAL, Fred & Helen 

301 Morven Rd., P.O. Box 386 

Wadesboro, NC 

28170 694-2494 

TEAL, Mrs. Henry (Ruth) 
217 Leak Ave. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-2771 

TEAL, Tommy 

5508 Old Forge Circle 
Raleigh, NC 
27609 

THOMAS, David III 
311 Lakeview Dr. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-3401 



THOMAS, David Jr. & Dorothy 
(Dot) 

318 Breslin St., P.O. Box 731 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-4366 

THOMAS, Manley & Louise 
Rt. 1, Box 128 
Morven, NC 
28119 851-9792 

THOMPSON, Mason & Mary 
808 White Store Rd. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-6369 

TICE, Miss Hazel 
305 Nottingham Way 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-2471 

TILLMAN, Fred 
512 Riverside Dr. 
Morganton, NC 
28665 

TOLHURST, John & Arnette 
200 Heywood Ave., Apt. 3 
Spartanburg, SC 
29302 

TRAYWICK, Mark & Elizabeth 
Marshville, NC 
28103 

TREADWAY, Mrs. Randolph 
(Elsie) 

Wadesboro Nursing Home 
P.O. Box 658 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 

TUCKER, Mrs. Beverly (Sissy) 
Leigh, Elizabeth 
302 E. Morgan St. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-3496 

TUCKER, Mrs. Charles Jr. 
(Linda); David, Jeff 
239 Highland Dr. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-3884 

TUCKER, Frank & Agnes 
608 Wanoka Circle 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-4693 

TUCKER, Mrs. Hamp 
(Frances-Fannie) 
301 White Store Rd. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-2551 



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TUCKER, James (Jim) & 
Cornelia 

1001 Morven Rd. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-4582 

TUCKER, James (Jimmy) 
619 E. Wade St., Apt. 3 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-5679 

TUCKER, Mrs. John (Myrtle) 
206 White Store Rd. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-3153 

TURNER, Walter & Pam 
714 West Ave. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-9604 

TYNER, Mrs. George (Ola) 
Century Care Nursing Home 
Rt. 3, Box 95 
Laurinburg, NC 
28352 



VON CANNON, James (Doc) & 
Mary Alice 
1408 Center St. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-2958 

W 

WAGNER, Mrs. Gusta 
616 Pine Lane 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-6791 

WALL, Mrs. Bruce (Rose) 
Glen Haven Care Center 
602 Ball Park Rd. 
Sparta, NC 
28675 

WALLACE, Frank & Anne 
222 Bennett St. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-2479 

WALLACE, Frank Jr. 
113 Stoneham Ct. 
Mebane, NC 
27302 

WALLACE, Wade 
317 Jennie St. 
Goose Creek, SC 
29445 



WALTERS, Tommy & Hazel 
210 Morven Rd., P.O. Box 63 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-3535 

WARREN, Mrs. John (Rachel) 
126 Rose Terrace 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-3897 

WATKINS, Mrs. James 
(Oneta-Kitty) 
Rt. 4, Box 268-A 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-4464 

WATTS, George Jr. & Betsy 
Jennifer, Julie 
103 Charles Town PI. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-4883 

WHITAKER, Harold & Margaret 
409 Highland Dr. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-3381 

WILLIAMS, Bobby & Carol 
Justin 

Rt. 1, Box 2-H 
Marshville, NC 
28103 (704) 624-6141 

WILLIAMS, Mrs. Lester 
(Juanita) 
1018 Stuart Dr. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-4689 

WINFREE, Bobby 
407 Morven Rd. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 



694-3247 



WINFREE, Miss Fannie 
Wadesboro Nursing Home 
P.O. Box 658 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 

WINFREE, George 
407 Morven Rd. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 



694-3247 



WINFREE, Mrs. Jack (Julia) 
407 Morven Rd. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-3247 

WINFREE, Jimmy 
Holly 

601 Burns St. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-6169 



WINGATE, Mrs. J. O. (Laney) 
Wadesboro Nursing Home 
P.O. Box 658 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 

WOOD, Eric & Suzanne 
P.O. Box 8777 
Norfolk, VA 
23503 

WOOD, Mrs. Fred 
(Mary Pines-Piney) 
507 Lee Ave. 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 



694-3449 



YOKLEY, Mrs. Margaret 
Rt. 3, Box 21-A 
Wadesboro, NC 
28170 694-6277 



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MACK M. ARMSTRONG 
MINISTER 



FROM 

THE 

STAFF 




L to R: 
GAIL 

LITAKER 
CHARLES 

LITAKER 
MACK 

ARMSTRONG 
MARILEE 

HUNTLEY' 
SHELBA 
BOONE 
(NEW SEC.) 



. . . WHAT MUST BE DONE TO HAVE A GREAT FUTURE? We have outstanding 
facilities to practice Christian worship and music, Christian education, Christian 
fellowship, and carry out the priestly functions of marriage, and pay respect to our 
dead. 

For our church to continue to be the place where lives are changed, we must put 
the work of the Church as the TOP priority of our daily labors. We must be willing 
to teach the inquisitive minds of little children, direct the cloudiness of youthful 
drives, allow for expression of our faith - not only in formal setting, but in the class- 
room - to create a place where we will be accepted as who we are and helped in our 
needs, a place where the one-talented person feels needed along with the multi-tal- 
ented person. 

We must feel that every person belongs to the church and can experience the love 
and salvation of Jesus Christ. It is our privilege to have a good foundation of funds, 
and we should never lose sight of being mission-minded stewards of this and all other 
resources. 

This Church is in an excellent position to do great things for the Lord Jesus Christ 
and His Church. Therefore, I leave this question with you, "Are you the committed 
Christian Churchperson that you can be?" 

The prayer on the back of this history/directory, which we have prayed throughout 
the year, came to me while at an Administrative Board and Council on Ministries 
retreat two years ago. We were just beginning to plan for this bicentennial year. In 
January of this year, we began using this prayer in our services. Someone said to 
me that the simplicity of it made it profound. Maybe so. The history committee wants 
us to continue to pray . . . 



"THANKS FOR YESTERDAY, dnM 



RENEW US TODAY, iGorM 



GIVE US VISION FOR TOMORROW, 



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